List of Samsung devices with One UI 6 firmware update right now

Samsung already released the official Samsung One UI 6.0 rollout schedule for several regions including Europe, the USA, and some Asian countries via the Samsung Members app. Some Galaxy devices are already running Android 14 since early November 2023 including the S-series, the mid-ranger A-series, Foldable phones, and even the budget M-series.

Some of the devices that are already receiving One UI 6.0 firmware update include the Samsung Galaxy S23 series, S23 FE, S22 series, S21 series, Galaxy A54, A52, A53, A52s, A34, Fold5, Flip5, and more.

One UI 6 is officially out for a54 in Türkiye
One UI 6 has been released for A53 (Czechia)
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You can either visit Settings > System Update > Download OTA update manually, upgrade via Samsung Smart Switch by connecting to a PC or download the full stock firmware from below via Frija or SamFirm download tools.

The latest firmware update, One UI 6, designed for Samsung Galaxy devices, is based on the Android 14 OS and introduces a plethora of new features curated by both Google and Samsung. Its inaugural stable version has recently made its debut in Europe specifically in Poland, and it’s poised to become accessible through US carriers and various Asian countries, including India, in the near future.

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List of Samsung Galaxy devices already on One UI 6.0 Android 14

A list of devices that have reportedly been receiving One UI 6 based on Android 14 are listed below.

  • Galaxy S23 Ultra
  • Galaxy S23+
  • Galaxy S23
  • Galaxy S23 FE (source)
  • Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra
  • Galaxy Tab S9+
  • Galaxy Tab S9
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra
  • Galaxy S22+
  • Galaxy S22
  • Galaxy S21 Ultra
  • Galaxy S21+
  • Galaxy S21
  • Galaxy Z Fold 5 (source)
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5 (source)
  • Galaxy A54 (source)
  • Galaxy A52 (source)
  • Galaxy A53 (source)
  • Galaxy A52s (source)
  • Galaxy A34 (source)
  • A14 5G (Exynos) (source)

You can now download the update from Settings > System Updates > Download OTA updates manually.

One UI 6 rollout schedule for Samsung Galaxy devices

You can launch the Member’s app on your Samsung Galaxy device and check one of the official rollout notices. Most devices will start receiving updates from December 5, 2023.

Check out the official rollout schedule for the European region and Asian regions in order.

Here is the complete list of when your Galaxy devices will receive the One UI 6 firmware in the coming weeks.

  • November 2023
    • Galaxy S23 Ultra
    • Galaxy S23+
    • Galaxy S23
    • Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra
    • Galaxy Tab S9+
    • Galaxy Tab S9
  • December 2023
    • Galaxy S23 FE
    • Galaxy S22 Ultra
    • Galaxy S22+
    • Galaxy S22
    • Galaxy S21 FE
    • Galaxy S21 Ultra
    • Galaxy S21+
    • Galaxy S21
    • Galaxy Z Fold 5
    • Galaxy Z Flip 5
    • Galaxy Z Fold 4
    • Galaxy Z Flip 4
    • Galaxy Z Fold 3
    • Galaxy Z Flip 3
    • Galaxy A73
    • Galaxy A72
    • Galaxy A54
    • Galaxy A53
    • Galaxy A52 (A52 5G, A52s)
    • Galaxy A34
  • January 2024
    • Galaxy A33
    • Galaxy A24
    • Galaxy A23
    • Galaxy A14 (LTE+5G)
    • Galaxy A13
    • Galaxy A04s
    • Galaxy A05s
    • Galaxy Jump 2
    • Galaxy Quantum 3
    • Galaxy Quantum 4
    • Galaxy M54
    • Galaxy M53 5G
    • Galaxy M33 5G
    • Galaxy M23
    • Galaxy F series
    • Galaxy F54
    • Galaxy F23
    • Galaxy F14 5G
    • Galaxy Tab S9 FE
    • Galaxy Tab S9 FE+
    • Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
    • Galaxy Tab S8+
    • Galaxy Tab S8
  • February 2024
    • Galaxy Xcover 5 Pro
    • Galaxy Xcover 6 Pro
    • Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
    • Galaxy Tab A8

In addition to the rollout schedule, Samsung has also revealed some of the new features that will be included in One UI 6. These include a revamped quick settings tile, new system font, redesigned emoji, and more.

Please note that this is just a tentative schedule, and Samsung may need to adjust it depending on factors such as carrier testing and feedback.

New features in One UI 6

In addition to the rollout schedule, Samsung has also revealed some of the new features that will be included in One UI 6. These include:

  • A revamped quick settings tile
  • New system font
  • Redesigned emoji
  • Improved performance and battery life
  • New camera features
  • More customization options

How to get One UI 6

When One UI 6 is available for your device, you will receive a notification to download and install it. You can also manually check for updates by going to Settings > Software update > Download OTA update manually.

OR you can also upgrade via Samsung Smart Switch by connecting to a PC. Finally, you can download the full stock firmware from below via Frija or SamFirm download tools.

How to download One UI 6 full stock firmware?

Here you can download One UI 6.0 for Galaxy S-series, A-Series, Fold-series, or any other Galaxy-series phone or tablet full stock firmware using the SamFirm tool or the Firja Tool and install via Odin Flashtool.

You can use the SamFirm (Samsung Firmware Downloader) tool and the newly added Frija (also a Samsung Software Downloader) in order to download the full stock firmware directly from Samsung Servers.

  • First, download and extract the latest SamFirm tool or the Frija Samsung Firmware Downloader. [Direct Frija download link]
  • Go to About Phone under Settings on your Fold-series device and note the model number. Something like (SM-S918B) Refer to the table below.
  • Find the CSC code for your Galaxy S-series phone from here. Something like INS for the Indian variant.
  • Input the model number and region code.
  • Select or check the Auto box.
  • Also, check decrypt automatically box.
  • Hit check updates option.
  • Once the details are shown, hit the download button.
Download One UI 6 full stock firmware using Frija 2.0
Download One UI 6.0 full stock firmware for Galaxy S23 Ultra

Alternatively, you can directly go to the download links below and skip the Samsung Members part!


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    Forced to upgrade. Hate the fonts. Lame choices. Carrier Hub still a nag. Gallery ap changes Unexpected and drastic

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