Samsung Germany has provided the first details on One UI 6, the company’s next big update that will be available on its latest smartphones and tablets. As always, Samsung will first run a public beta campaign, its German division announced in a press release. Samsung Germany was a bit hasty as it removed the press release from its website. However, Google Cache contains the full version of the original news release, which we’ve embedded below.
As a result, Samsung will launch its upcoming One UI beta campaign Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus And Galaxy S23 UltraBut not the most recent Galaxy Z Flip5 One Galaxy Z Fold5. According to the now-deleted press release, the One UI 6 beta will begin in Germany, South Korea, and the US before rolling out to other markets. As usual, you can sign up for the One UI beta program through the Samsung Members app, until the link is unlocked on a Galaxy S23 series phone in one of the participating countries.
Additionally, the press release outlines some of the major changes between One UI 5 and One UI 6, such as an overhauled user interface. In short, Samsung has replaced the Quick Settings panel, although it hasn’t adopted the Google equivalent on Pixel devices. See the images below for all the details. Currently, it is not clear when the One UI 6 beta will be unlocked. However, the quick release and deletion of Samsung Germany’s press release indicates that the beta will soon receive a full release this year.