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Which Galaxy devices are getting the One UI 6.1 update?

 

The South Korean Tech Giant is trying hard to make the latest One UI 6.0 available to all their supported devices. As of now, it has arrived on several Samsung devices. The company is shifting its focus to refining and providing an Android 14-based One UI 6.1 update.

The upcoming software version deals exclusively with AI-related features, which are rising in demand from the Google Pixel 8 series launch. The forthcoming Galaxy S24 series will boot One UI 6.1 out-of-the-box, which is expected to launch in January. The Tech Giant will slowly release it to all the eligible devices starting in February.

It is important to note that all the devices eligible for the One UI 6.0 update will receive the new AI-related 6.1 update. We know that Samsung has been leading in providing timely updates to their devices, including the budget ones. If the Android 14 is the last upgrade for your smartphone, you will likely get the upcoming update.

The year will end soon, and we do not have an official list of supported devices. Therefore, we have tried to make a comprehensive list based on Samsung’s previous track records. This article will discuss the estimated inventory of the Galaxy devices expected to receive the Android 14-based One UI 6.1.

List of One UI 6.1 Supported Galaxy Devices (Expected)

From the Galaxy Z Series: 

  • Galaxy Z Fold 5.
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5.
  • Galaxy Z Fold 4.
  • Galaxy Z Flip 4.
  • Galaxy Z Fold 3.
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3.

From the Galaxy S Series:

  • Galaxy S23 Ultra.
  • Galaxy S23+.
  • Galaxy S23.
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra.
  • Galaxy S22+.
  • Galaxy S22.
  • Galaxy S21 Ultra.
  • Galaxy S21+.
  • Galaxy S21.
  • Galaxy S23 FE 5G.
  • Galaxy S21 FE (Exynos 2100 version).
  • Galaxy S21 FE (Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 version).

From the Galaxy A Series: 

  • Galaxy A73.
  • Galaxy A72.
  • Galaxy A54.
  • Galaxy A53.
  • Galaxy A04s.
  • Galaxy A04.
  • Galaxy A05s.
  • Galaxy A52s.
  • Galaxy A52 5G.
  • Galaxy A52 4G.
  • Galaxy A34.
  • Galaxy A33.
  • Galaxy A24.
  • Galaxy A23.
  • Galaxy A14.
  • Galaxy A13.

From the Galaxy M Series: 

  • Galaxy M54.
  • Galaxy M33 5G.
  • Galaxy M23.
  • Galaxy M53 5G.
  • Galaxy M34 5G.

From the Galaxy F Series:

  • Galaxy F54.
  • Galaxy F34.
  • Galaxy F23.
  • Galaxy F14.

From the Galaxy Tab Series:

  • Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra.
  • Galaxy Tab S9+.
  • Galaxy Tab S9.
  • Galaxy Tab S9 FE+.
  • Galaxy Tab S9 FE.
  • Galaxy Tab A7 Lite.
  • Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra.
  • Galaxy Tab S8+.
  • Galaxy Tab S8.

Notably, the devices mentioned above (smartphones and tablets) are considered based on Samsung’s previous update history. The official list may vary based on the brand’s preference. Still, the sheet holds up to 90% of the devices successfully receiving the Android 14-based One UI 6.1 upgrade.

The company might skip the 6.0 update for some selective smartphones or tablets and directly provide the AI-based One UI 6.1. Let’s see how rapidly the brand deals with the simultaneous clash of One UI 6.0 and 6.1 for the upcoming two months.

If your device is eligible for the upcoming version, then Samsung holds beta programs to test major softwares; you can enroll there. We suggest you back up your important data before downloading and testing the beta software, as it may contain harmful bugs and problems affecting your device performance. One can also try the beta softwares on their secondary smartphones (if supported).

What are your thoughts on the upcoming Android 14-based One UI 6.1? Is your device eligible for it? Let us know by dropping the replies in the comment section below. We will edit the post if any device is available or does not support it; stay connected for the latest information.

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