Update November 30: T-Mobile has started rolling out the One UI 6 update for the Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra in the United States. The update is being identified by build versions S908USQU3DWK5, S906USQU3DWK5, and S901USQU3DWK5 for the S22 Ultra, S22 Plus, and S22, respectively.
Update November 24: T-Mobile’s Galaxy Z Flip 5 has also begun receiving the One UI 6 update in the US. This new software update comes with build version F731USQU1BWK9 and is around 3GB in size. The Galaxy Z Fold 5, sold by T-Mobile, is getting the One UI 6 update in the United States. Users can recognize the update by checking for build version F946USQU1BWK9.
Update November 21: The wait is over for Galaxy A54 users in the US, as Samsung has finally started rolling out the Stable One UI 6 update. If you own a Galaxy A54 T-Mobile variant, there’s a good chance you’ve already received the over-the-air (OTA) update notification. However, if you haven’t received it yet, you can manually check for the update by heading to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install.
Update November 10: Samsung has started rolling out the stable One UI 6 update based on Android 14 for the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra in the United States. T-Mobile variants of the Galaxy S23 series have received the over-the-air update. The build number is S91xUSQUBWK4 and includes November 2023 security patches. It is about 3.3GB in size, so it is recommended to download it over Wi-Fi.
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One UI 6 is Samsung’s upcoming update with Android 14, and there are some notable new features. One UI 6 will mostly have all the major features from Android 14. Samsung also adds its aesthetics and some Samsung-exclusive features to One UI.
Lock screen customization is a feature that One UI has already introduced, and we’ll probably get more fonts and themes for it. One UI already has a sophisticated app pairing system with a useful Sidebar feature and Floating Windows. App pairing is a new feature with Android 14; even the new App Cloning is on One UI.
Drag and drop and predictive back gesture- we might get these two features for One UI 6. It displays a preview of what you’re returning to. This works with apps and also with web pages. Android 14 also brings better background process optimization and improvements to the color palette.
One UI might get its design changes with this update. Some first-party widgets and apps might see redesigns. The notifications and quick toggles might get a new design language, too.
T-Mobile has a list of phones on its official website, from its ultra flagships to mid-range and budget phones capable of receiving the Android 14 update. These phones are the ones T-Mobile officially sells with carrier plans.
- Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.
- Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus.
- Samsung Galaxy S23.
- Galaxy Z Fold 4.
- Galaxy S22 Plus.
- Galaxy S22 Ultra.
- Galaxy S22.
- Galaxy Z Flip 4.
- Galaxy A54 5G.
- Galaxy A14 5G.
- Galaxy A53 5G.
- Galaxy A23 5G.
- Galaxy S21 FE 5G.
- Galaxy A03s.
- Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G.
- Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G.
For now, the list includes all Samsung phones that were released in 2023 and 2022. Older phones will also get the One UI 6 update, like the S21 series, but those smartphones will take some time. If you don’t see your phone on the list, you may have to wait until they add the device. It occasionally takes some time for older devices.
While the Tab S8 and S8+ are not on the list yet, those two should also get the update since Samsung’s update promise is four years of major Android updates and five years of security updates. This also applies to T-Mobile phones, though the update may be delayed.