Yesterday, a moderator of the Samsung Members community said that Samsung will not release any more One UI 6 beta updates, and a new beta will only be rolled out if there are issues to fix before the rollout on the stable channel. Turns out there were some bugs that had to be ironed out since Samsung has released the ninth One UI 6 beta for the Galaxy S23 series.
The Android 14-based One UI 6 beta is seeding for the Galaxy S23 trio in the US, the UK, and Germany, and the rollout should expand to India, Poland, and Korea soon.
The ninth One UI 6 beta rolling out in the US has a firmware version ending in ZWJM and requires a download of about 420MB. It comes with the October 2023 Android security patch, and the changelog says some bugs have been fixed and the overall software stability has been improved.
The stable One UI 6 rollout was expected to begin next week since the beta program was expected to end this week, but now that Samsung has released a new beta build, those who aren’t enrolled in the beta program will have to wait more to get a taste of One UI 6 on their smartphone.