Samsung Rolls Out Second One UI 6.0 Beta Update to Fix Critical Bugs
Last week, Samsung released the first beta update of One UI 6.0 for the Galaxy S23 series in Germany, South Korea, and the United States. However, this initial beta version came with several bugs and performance-related issues. To address these concerns, Samsung has now rolled out another beta update focused on fixing crucial bugs.
The latest update, which comes with firmware version ZWH8 (expected to end with BWH8 baseband), has been released in South Korea, and there is a possibility of it being released in the United States and Germany as well. The primary improvement in this new update addresses the issue where cellular network connectivity is lost in certain areas. It seems that this bug specifically affects Galaxy S23 series users on the KT network in South Korea.
It is expected that Samsung will release a second beta update for One UI 6.0 in the coming weeks, likely including additional bug fixes. This update might also be made available in China, India, Germany, and Poland, following the pattern of the first beta update. If you’re eager to participate in the One UI 6.0 beta testing, make sure to keep an eye on the availability of registration through the Samsung Members app.
To get a closer look at the new features introduced in One UI 6.0, you can watch our detailed video. Additionally, you can find the complete changelog for this update [here](link to the changelog).
Note: The article includes an embedded YouTube video highlighting the features of One UI 6.0.