Google’s latest Android 14 version is in development mode, and the company is continuously testing it to make it more stable. The largest company in this share, Samsung, is also looking to test it for its Galaxy devices. Of course, there is no doubt the latest Galaxy S series devices will first receive it. As per the new finding, Samsung has already started internal testing of the One UI 6.0 Beta version for Galaxy S23, S23+ & S23 Ultra. The users have found the Galaxy S23 Ultra in Geekbench score with the latest Android 14 beta version.
Since last year, Samsung is pretty fast in delivering new firmware updates to its all Galaxy devices including tablets and foldable phones. We are now in the second half of this month, and the company is gearing up for the upcoming version.
The firmware version S918USQU1ZWFA has been spotted in the Geekbench database that belongs to Galaxy S23 Ultra. The other information is missing in the same database, but it is enough to know the company will soon make an announcement to open a beta testing program.
The reliable source at Sammobile has already predicted the date could be somewhere in the third week of July. We can go with this tipster as if we go with the previous year’s dates. When the internal testing completes, it will be opened for end users.
The Android 14-based One UI 6.0 beta program will come to Galaxy S22, S23, Z Fold 3, Fold 4, Flip 3, Flip 4, and some other mid-range Galaxy A series phones. The users in the US, UK, India, South Korea, Germany, China, and Belgium will be eligible to participate in it. It is not confirmed, but Samsung could open it in new regions and for some new models.