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Samsung Updates The Galaxy A52, A23 4G, And Tab S6 Lite (2022) To One UI 6 (Android 14)

Samsung has started to provide the One UI 6 interface along with the Android 14 upgrade to owners of the Galaxy A52, Galaxy A23 4G, and Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2022). With an emphasis on functionality upgrades and user interface refinements, these updates bring new features and improvements.

The November 2023 security patch and firmware versions A235FXXU4DWL1 (Russia) or A235MUBU4DWL1 (Panama) are included in the upgrade for Galaxy A23 4G users. SM-A235N, the South Korean equivalent, is not yet part of the deployment.

Owners of Galaxy A52 devices will receive the December 2023 security patch along with an upgrade with firmware ending in EWL3. Patience is essential as the update, which weighs in at over 2.2GB, may arrive in different parts of the country at different times.

The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2022) is running Android 14 with firmware P613XXU4CWL1, but it still has the November 2023 security patch applied rather than the most recent version from January 2024. Currently accessible in France and a few other European nations, a broader deployment of the upgrade is anticipated soon.

Go to the Settings menu on your phone, press on “Software update,” and choose “Download and install” to check for the update on your A52 or A23 4G or tablet.

One UI 6 brings about a number of noteworthy adjustments. A new typeface updates the overall visual experience and makes it quicker to access frequently used options with the revamped Quick Panel. A new media player widget for notification and lock screen control is appealing to music fans.

With additional font and placement options for the lock screen clock widget, customisation takes centre stage. Additionally, there are two new widgets: “Weather Insights” for comprehensive weather information and “Custom Camera” for easy access to camera settings.

Another update to the Settings app is the addition of a dedicated Battery area for simpler navigation. The Photo Editor app now has larger controls for better accessibility, and the camera has been made simpler for easier operation.

With a unified new look, the weather app now offers even more precise information about your favourite spots. Finally, by taking away its branding from stock app icons, Samsung has cleared up the app drawer and home screen.

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