Samsung has announced that over 30 of their phones will soon receive the One UI 6 update, and the Galaxy S22 series is next in line. The update, based on Android 14 and 3.1 GB in size, is now available for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The new update brings a redesigned Quick Panel, notifications interface, a new media player widget, and more emojis. Users will also have access to new clock styles for the lock screen, as well as more placement and size options.
For owners who have not yet received the notification for the update, they can manually check for it by going to Settings, then clicking on Software Update, and tapping on Download and Install.
This is the second major OS update for the S22 series, following the arrival of Android 13 in early 2023. According to Samsung’s promise, there will be two more OS updates – Android 15 in 2024 and Android 16 in 2025.
Samsung is dedicated to ensuring that their users have access to the latest software updates and features to enhance their overall smartphone experience. As the company continues to roll out these updates, users can expect their devices to remain up to date with the latest technology and improvements.