With the Galaxy A52, Galaxy A23 4G, and Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2022), Samsung has started to roll out the Android 14 update along with its One UI 6 interface. The primary focus of these updates is on functionality upgrades and user interface enhancements, but they also include new features.
Users of the Galaxy A23 4G are able to download firmware versions A235MUBU4DWL1 (Panama) or A235FXXU4DWL1 (Russia) along with the November 2023 security patch. As of right now, the rollout does not include the South Korean version, SM-A235N.
Owners of Galaxy A52 devices will receive an update that includes the December 2023 security patch and firmware ending in EWL3. Patience is essential because the update is large—roughly 2.2 GB—and its arrival may vary depending on the region.
The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2022) is running Android 14 with firmware P613XXU4CWL1, but it still has the November 2023 security patch applied rather than the most recent version from January 2024. Currently accessible in France and a few other European nations, a broader rollout of the update is anticipated soon.
Go to the Settings menu on your phone, tap on “Software update,” and choose “Download and install” to check for the update on your A52 or A23 4G or tablet.
One UI 6 brings about a number of noteworthy adjustments. A new font updates the overall visual experience and makes it easier to access frequently used settings with the redesigned Quick Panel. A new media player widget for notification and lock screen control is appealing to music lovers.
With additional font and placement options for the lock screen clock widget, customization takes center stage. Additionally, there are two new widgets: “Weather Insights” for comprehensive weather information and “Custom Camera” for easy access to camera settings.
A dedicated Battery section makes navigating the Settings app easier. The app has also undergone a redesign. Both the Photo Editor app and the camera have been made simpler to use and more accessible with larger controls.
This updated version of the weather app features a unified new design and even more detailed information about your favorite places. By deleting its branding from stock app icons, Samsung has finally cleared up the app drawer and home screen.