Samsung Is Now Rolling Out One UI 6 in The United States

While One UI 6 update began rolling out a couple of weeks ago now the update is reaching U.S. users.

Samsung has initiated the rollout of the much-awaited One UI 6 update within the United States. This update, which is substantial in size at 3.3GB, also integrates the November security patch. Currently, the deployment appears to be targeting Galaxy S23 handsets that are locked to T-Mobile.

The specific build numbers for the US release of One UI 6 are S916USQU1BWK4 and S916UOYN1BWK4. This version is noteworthy for including the November security patch, setting it apart from the One UI 6 updates released in other regions that contained the October patch. Given the size of the update, users are recommended to download it via Wi-Fi and to ensure their Galaxy S23 has sufficient storage space to accommodate the new software.

The update has been reported on Reddit by some users who witnessed the rollout of the update via Android authority.

While there is no definitive timeline for when the update will be available for the unlocked Galaxy S23 models in the US, the process is expected to commence shortly, given that the update is now circulating. The US version of One UI 6 is anticipated to be more robust in terms of stability compared to the versions released elsewhere, as Samsung has reportedly addressed additional bugs in this iteration.

For Galaxy S23 owners in the US eager to see if their device has received the One UI 6 update, they can navigate to the “Settings” menu, select “Software Update,” and then tap on “Download and Install.”

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