Will your Samsung phone get Android 14 (One UI 6.0) update? Check here

Samsung One UI 6 update roadmap
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Samsung released public beta builds of One UI 6.0 based on Android 14 in August. And finally, they have released the stable version of the firmware alongside the October 1 security patch. The update was based on One UI Beta 9 and got a few improvements before getting a stable release.

The company hasn’t publicized an official list of the devices getting this update. However, based on Samsung’s well-documented software commitment, we have a pretty clear idea of which Samsung phones and tablets will be getting the One UI 6.0 update based on Android 14.

Samsung One UI 6.0 Update roadmap

Needless to say, the S23 series got the stable upgrade to the new Android 14 first. The older flagships and mid-range Galaxy devices will receive the update in the coming months.

For now, here are some Samsung phones and tablets that have already received the OneUI 6.0 update and some that are confirmed to be updated soon:

Already rolled out

Eligible devices

But let me remind you once again that this Samsung One UI 6.0 update roadmap is not the final one. And Samsung will add more devices to this list in the coming days. We’ll keep updating the article when new information becomes available, along with all the new features in Samsung’s latest Android skin.

Samsung One UI 6.0 Update Overview:


There are many tiny upgrades in this new version of Samsung’s One UI. Some of them include QOL updates for system apps such as Camera, Photo Editor, Calendar, Samsung Internet, and My Files, just to name a few. Their video editor has been renamed to Studio. You can check out the list of features on their official website here.

Significant upgrades

The most obvious of the upgrades in One UI 6 is the expanded quick panel, which was completely revamped. The emojis on the Samsung keyboard were also redesigned. You will have more options to customize the lock screen, including shifting the clock anywhere. Plus, with Bixby text calls, you can turn a voice call into a chat conversation.

What about tablets?

After the update, Samsung Tab users can use Samsung Dex with the same home screen layout. Additionally, you can link the tablet to a Windows PC using the Link to Windows app.

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