The Android 14-centric One UI 6.0 upgrade for numerous flagships and new upper mid-range phones has already been issued by Samsung. The business has now revealed a fresh software update for two mid-range smartphones, the Galaxy M33 5G and the Galaxy A52s 5G. Everything you need to know about the new software update is right here.
If you possess a Samsung Galaxy A52s, you’ll be happy to know that the One UI 6.0 update is already available in a number of countries, including Greece, Ireland, the Netherlands, Romania, Spain, Germany, Portugal, the Czech Republic, and the United Kingdom. Yes, the update is now accessible in several European nations, and it should be available in other regions shortly. The A528BXXU5FWK4 version number appears on the update labels.
Samsung updates two more mid-range phones to Android 14.
The Samsung Galaxy M33 5G is already available in Russia and Ukraine, with a wider rollout set to begin in the following days. The update is rolling out with a slew of new features and enhancements, including the monthly security patch for November 2023. Because One UI 6.0 is a feature-rich version, it requires a large quantity of data to download. The phone recognizes the updated software version M336BXXU5DWK6.
Now, on to the features and adjustments of the One UI 6.0 update for the Galaxy M33 and Galaxy A52s. The list of new features includes revised Quick Settings, more lock screen customization controls, a new One UI Sans font, new emojis, a new media player, separate battery settings, and many more. The whole list of new features arriving with One UI 6 can be seen here, as well as the One UI 6 release notes.
You may now upgrade your phone to the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 software upgrade if you own the Galaxy A52s 5G or Galaxy M33 5G. Once the update is available, you will receive an OTA notification on your device, or you can manually check for new updates by going to Settings > About device > Software update > Download and install.
Before installing the new update on your device, make a backup of any vital data. Also, keep your phone charged to at least 50% in case of a failure.