Samsung normally pushes the most recent upgrades, whether big or minor tweaks, to its flagship handset first. This time, the brand is bringing out the stable Android 14-based One UI 6.0 upgrade to the Galaxy S22 device, after the Galaxy S23 device. While the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S22 devices have already received the One UI 6.0 upgrade in a certain countries. Let’s examine where the brand is releasing this upgrade presently.
The Galaxy S22 now has stable Android 14 One UI 6.0 in more regions.
Samsung is releasing the One UI 6.0 update for the Galaxy S22, which is based on Android 14. This update is now available in Europe and the United States. The update has arrived with its identifying build number, which is the S901BXXU6DWK4 version number, for device owners in Europe.
In the US, the company is releasing this Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update for the locked model on AT&T carriers with the version number S908USQU3DWK5, so consumers can readily recognize the upgrade with this version number.
It is expected that the brand will soon make this upgrade available in additional regions. With this update, the brand also includes the November security patch, which improves overall system security. Fixing all of the problems and known issues found in the previous version.
Because Android 14 One UI 6.0 is unquestionably a significant update, it includes numerous new features, improvements, and modifications in fast panel settings, camera UI, lock screen, home screen, and other areas.
Those who are interested can easily obtain the update by following the instructions outlined below: Navigate to Settings, About Phone, System Update, then Download & Install.
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