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This week, Samsung will release One UI 6.0 Beta 2.


The initial One UI 6.0 beta update for the Galaxy S23 was made available by Samsung about three weeks ago. Only in Germany, South Korea, and the United States was the update made available. It was rumoured that the business would release the second One UI 6.0 beta update two weeks later, however that didn’t materialize, and the update was postponed as a result. At this time, Samsung has disclosed the schedule for the rollout of the One UI 6.0 beta upgrade throughout China. Today, Samsung announced that the One UI 6.0 beta upgrade will be made available in China on August 31. This news came as no surprise.

Users of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra who have registered their devices to participate in the beta test will be able to obtain the update. This will be accomplished through participation in the One UI 6.0 Beta Program. This would be the second One UI 6.0 beta update, and going by Samsung’s track record, it might be launched in markets where the first beta version was issued three weeks ago. Installing the Samsung Members app, logging in to the app with the user’s Samsung account, and clicking on the One UI 6.0 Beta Program invite banner that is located on the home page of the app are all requirements for users of the Galaxy S23 series in China who wish to take part in the One UI 6.0 Beta Program.

After the registration is complete, phones in the Galaxy S23 series that have been registered will begin receiving the update as soon as Samsung publishes the updated software. The initial beta release of One UI 6.0 brought with it dozens of brand-new features and enhancements. Among these were a reimagined look for the toggles that control fast settings and a subtly altered appearance for notifications. Additionally, it included a brand new look for the default camera app, a widget called Custom Camera, a brand new look for the Weather app, as well as a brand new widget for the Weather app. Nevertheless, there are a few glitches, the majority of which might be ironed out by the future update.