Galaxy S22 Series One UI 6 Android 14 Update

When will Galaxy S22 Series get One UI 6 (Android 14) Update?

The South Korean Tech Giant announced the Galaxy S22 series last year. It comprises the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and the top-of-the-line Galaxy S22 Ultra. The smartphones were powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy chipsets exclusively designed for Samsung smartphones.

The Android 14 update has been quite trending these days. The users wonder when they will receive the Android 14-based One UI 6 update. Android 14 is the yearly major software update that users eagerly wait for. Refining the previous versions, Android 12 & Android 13, makes the Android 14 complete with additional features.

The software upgrade brings Photo Picker features enhancing the security, Notification Flashes (Camera and Screen Flash), Lock screen Customizations, Magic Composer, and more. Convenience features like App Pair, the addition of a Charging Pill, Auto-Confirm Unlock, Predictive features, Theme Icons, and Partial Screen Recorder are also available with the latest Android 14. Some features are already available, and Google or Android OEMs will soon be available with the updates.

The successor series (Galaxy S23) has started receiving the same Beta update in most countries this week. It’s noteworthy that the update frequency is different in different regions.

Galaxy S22 Series One UI 6 Beta Program Imminent

The first One UI 6 firmware for the previous year’s flagship, Galaxy S22 Ultra, was found on the Samsung servers. The mentioned version was S908BXXU6ZWHE. Similarly, the One UI 6 Beta section is live on the official community forum for the Galaxy S22 series for India and the United Kingdom. This can be a good sign that the Android 14-based One UI 6 for smartphones will soon be available.

One UI 6
One UI 6 look

However, this doesn’t mean the users will receive the update immediately. The public release will likely have a different firmware version, as proven in the past. Nonetheless, this gives assurance that the company is working on the One UI 6 update, which will be available to download for all users worldwide soon.

  • The Android 14-based One UI 6 Beta update for the Galaxy S22 series will likely be available in September 2023. The final version could be followed soon in the upcoming months. The Beta and Public releases are expected to be completed before the year-end.

There is no particular timeline for when the update will be released to the devices. Primarily, the company will provide the final version of its Galaxy S23 series, followed by the most recent smartphone launches.

History says that Samsung has been dominant when it comes to providing updates on time. As soon as the Galaxy S23 receives the final update, the final One UI 6 update based on Android 14 will also be provided to the Galaxy S22 series.

As mentioned, the Android 14-based One UI 6 Beta update is most likely reserved for September. Compared to the other Android OEMs, Samsung has been on the top-most list to provide timely updates. So, followed by the beta update, slowly and steadily, the company will roll out the final version of Android 14 soon and likely before the year-end.

What do you think of the Android 14-based One UI 6 update? What features do you expect from it? Let us know in the comments section below. Feel free to ask any questions if you have them down, and we will try to address them with the best possible solution.

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  1. in terms of update we can’t say Samsung is the best In my opinion iphone is the king of updates

  2. I want to see a fix for videos sent to me from my iPhone in a text message. Currently, they are of degraded quality and smaller than on the iPhone. This is a major problem for people with android phones with other family members with iPhones. Especially when they are sending videos of my grand children. Please help and get this issue resolved.

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