Samsung has released the ninth beta update of its custom user interface One UI 6 for the Galaxy S23 lineup. The update is available in various regions, including the USA, Germany, India, South Korea, and the UK. It includes bug fixes and stability improvements, and is around 400MB in size with build number ZWJM.
If you are enrolled in the One UI 6 beta program, you will receive the update as an OTA notification. Alternatively, you can check for updates manually by going to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install. If you are not enrolled in the beta program, we recommend waiting for the stable release of One UI 6 next month.
Samsung is taking its time to fix any remaining issues and ensure the stability of One UI 6 for the Galaxy S23 series before releasing it to the public. Given that Beta 9 is likely the last beta build, we can expect the stable release to arrive as early as late October.
Android 14 was released for Pixel phones in early October, and non-Pixel users can expect custom Android 14-based UIs to roll out in the coming months. Samsung users may be among the first to get the update, given the company’s rapid testing of One UI 6.