Great news for Samsung Galaxy S22 users in Europe! The stable One UI 6.0 update is now rolling out to those who signed up for the beta version. This update brings exciting new features such as lock screen customization, better permission management, and much more.
If you’re part of the beta squad in Europe for the Samsung Galaxy S22, you can now get the final One UI 6 build. The update also includes the November 2023 security patch to keep your device protected. However, if you haven’t joined the beta, don’t worry. The update will be available for all users still on Android 13 soon.
For those eagerly awaiting the stable release, Samsung is holding off for a few more days to ensure a smooth rollout without any bugs. The big rollout for all Galaxy S22 users might not kick in until next week, at the earliest. Additionally, the build that beta users in Europe received might not be the same one everyone else gets, as Samsung is reportedly working on a newer version of the stable One UI 6 firmware for users in India.
As for other Samsung models awaiting the stable release, the original schedule might have gotten mixed up, as some devices, like the Galaxy Z Flip 5, did not receive the update as initially planned.
One UI 6 is packed with new features that make Samsung devices more fun and functional, with updated emoji, a new system font, and a redesigned Quick Settings panel. Plus, the latest security and privacy features from Android 14 are included.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra, in particular, boasts a stunning 6.8-inch display and a groundbreaking 200MP camera for capturing images with stunning clarity and detail. This update truly raises the bar for smartphones, ensuring a seamless and immersive experience for Samsung users.
So, if you’re a Galaxy S22 user in Europe, keep an eye out for the One UI 6 update, as it will bring an array of exciting new features to enhance your smartphone experience!