Today, Samsung posted its announcement for Android 14 beta (One UI 6), and the company later deleted the official page (here). This is the second time Samsung removed the official One UI 6 beta post after it did the same a few days ago.
Samsung Android 14 beta (One UI 6 Beta) program announced for its top-tier smartphones in the global market. The post revealed that Samsung Galaxy S23 series users can participate in the beta registration, followed by the release of the One UI 6 beta OTA rollout.
The beta page also shows that the new software is focusing on new personalization, user interface redesign, and more. However, the main focus would be on a reorganized quick panel, which is seeing a substantial upgrade over its predecessor in One UI 5.0 and 5.1.
“It is easier than ever to adjust screen visibility on the go, as the brightness control bar is available by default in the compact Quick Panel. There is also a new instant access option to the full Quick panel, which provides faster access to settings with a single downward swipe at the upper right corner of the screen.” wrote Samsung.
The Android 14 (One UI 6) beta program is only available in US, Germany, and South Korea. You can sign up for the beta via the Samsung Members app for unlocked models. While carrier-locked models need to apply via their carrier page. More information is available at Samsung. But the page is pulled and there’s more information awaited.