Galaxy S24+ and S23 Ultra Spotted Running Android 15 (One UI 7) on Geekbench

Samsung might be launching the next generation of foldables and wearables this week at the Galaxy Unpacked event. Still, the company is working hard to develop the next version of One UI.

The One UI 7 software skin is currently under internal development, with the software build being tested for the highest-end Galaxy S24 Ultra.

Now, it seems that the software development for the Galaxy S24+ has also been initiated, as revealed by a listing posted on the popular benchmarking website Geekbench.

The listing seems to have a fairly normal score for the Galaxy S24+ (having the model number SM-S926B), except for the fact that this specific device is running Android 15, presumably on top of the upcoming One UI 7.

SM-S926B

This shows that Samsung is clearly developing the software ahead of its beta rollout for the Galaxy S24 series, which is expected to happen as early as mid-August.

We do not know much about the features that One UI 7 will bring. Still, a few rumored changes include the addition of a vertically scrolling app drawer, some design elements are taken from One UI Watch 6, and native support for lockscreen widgets for better convenience to the users.

It is also expected to carry quite a few features from Google’s Android 15 suite, including partial screen sharing.

The Galaxy AI features could also be enhanced, as the brand is also planning to add an iPhone-like battery health monitoring feature, which could be marketed as an AI feature for the Galaxy S25 series next month.

Expect the One UI 7 beta to arrive in the Galaxy S24 series in August, with the stable release supposed to happen sometime around Samsung’s annual Developer Conference in October 2024.

Update: Additionally, the US carrier-locked variant of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has been spotted running Android 15 (One UI 7) on Geekbench.

Aryan Gupta is a tech writer at SamInsider. He keeps readers up-to-date on all things Samsung. He is passionate about the latest consumer gadgets, especially smartphones, smartwatches, and audio products. When not writing, He enjoys playing mobile games. You can follow him on X/Twitter

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