Samsung is preparing to release the One UI 6.0 update, which is a major software update for its Galaxy devices. This update will bring several improvements, including enhanced software design, more personalization options, improved performance, and new features. Currently, Samsung is expanding its beta program to gather feedback and make necessary adjustments before the official release.
In the meantime, Samsung has also released the October 2023 security update for its Galaxy devices. This update focuses on improving device security by fixing two critical Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) and 32 high-level CVEs. Additionally, Samsung includes 12 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) items to enhance the user experience.
However, Samsung has made an important announcement regarding the software support and major updates for certain Galaxy devices. Four devices, namely the Galaxy Tab S6 4G, Galaxy A90 5G, Galaxy M10s, and Galaxy M30s, will no longer receive official software support. This means that these devices will not receive major updates in the future.
The October 2023 security update will be rolled out to various Galaxy devices throughout the month. The flagship Galaxy devices will be the first to receive the update, followed by mid-range and budget devices. Additionally, the update has already been made available for the fifth-generation foldable devices, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5, and is now being rolled out to multiple Galaxy smartphones.
Samsung One UI October 2023 update Patch List
-Samsung Galaxy S21 series with One UI 6.0 Beta
-Samsung Galaxy S22 series
-Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5
-Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5
-Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3
-Samsung Galaxy A54
-Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (LTE)
-Samsung Galaxy S21 series