In a recent development, Samsung has introduced a hotfix for the One UI 6 Beta 3, which was previously rolled out in the United States, Germany, and India. Notably, the Galaxy S23 series was among the select devices eligible for this beta 3 update. Now, as per the latest reports, Samsung has commenced the release of hotfixes for beta 3.
The most recent One UI 6 Beta 3 update for the Galaxy S23 series is classified as a hotfix. As One UI 6 is currently in its testing phase, it was introduced with a few known issues. However, after carefully assessing feedback from the beta-testing community, the company is actively addressing and rectifying some of these issues.
This minor hotfix update bears the build version ending in ZWIB and has a size of approximately 360MB. Currently, it is available in Germany and South Korea. It is anticipated that Samsung will progressively release these hotfixes to a wider audience and other regions over time.
Furthermore, this patch incorporates several bug fixes and UI enhancements aimed at enhancing device stability and performance. Users residing in Germany or South Korea who have enrolled in the One UI 6 Beta program should automatically receive this new hotfix on eligible devices. To manually check for the update, users can navigate to Settings > Software update > Download and install.
In related news, Samsung has recently launched the One UI 6.0 Beta for the Galaxy S22 series. This beta is presently accessible in South Korea and is expected to roll out to other regions in the near future. For more information on this, interested users can refer to our coverage on the OneUI 6 Beta update for the Samsung Galaxy S22 series.