Samsung to roll out Android 14-based One UI 6 update to Galaxy Z Fold 5, Flip 5

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Samsung to roll out Android 14-based One UI 6

update to Galaxy Z Fold 5, Flip 5

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Samsung has announced that the Galaxy S23 series will be the first to get the Android 14 update.
  • The Galaxy S20 series will be the last in the S-series to receive this update.
  • Samsung has provided a list of which Galaxy Z-series phones can get the Android 14 update.

Samsung has revealed that it will be updating some of the smartphone models to Android 14 in the coming months. The list includes phones from the Galaxy S, Z, and A series. Check out the complete list of Galaxy smartphones that are scheduled to get the Android 14-based OneUI 6 update.

Android 14-based OneUI 6 update: list of Samsung Galaxy phones

Samsung’s Android 14 update based on One UI 6.0 brings improvements from Google and updates to Samsung’s interface. These updates include new camera features, updated emoji, and more.

  • Samsung has announced that the Galaxy S23series will be the first to get the Android 14 update.
  • The Galaxy S22 and S21 series will also receive this update, along with Samsung’s One UI 6 interface.
  • However, as per reports, the Galaxy S20 series, which came out in 2020, will be the last in the S-series to receive this update.
  • Samsung has provided a list of which Galaxy Z-series phones can get the Android 14 update, which includes:

LIST OF PHONES

·        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 Z Flip

·        Galaxy Z Flip 5G

  • Meanwhile, the older Galaxy Z Fold from 2019 will stick with Android 13 and One UI 5.
  • The company is also set to update the Galaxy Note 20 series to Android 14.
  • The Samsung Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A53 and a few other phones will also get the One UI 6 update

Samsung has recently made an official announcement about One UI 6 and it discusses different AI camera features in the update, like a new “Enhance-X” app, better AI image clipping to separate subjects from backgrounds, and some camera interface changes such as a toggle for high-resolution photos and improvements to the built-in photo editor.

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