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Samsung starts working on One UI 7.0 for the Galaxy S24 – Phandroid

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Samsung starts working on One UI 7.0 for the Galaxy S24 – Phandroid

The Samsung Galaxy S24 series was launched with Android 14 on board. With Android 15 being the next major update, a report from SamMobile has revealed that Samsung could have started working on One UI 7.0, which will be the next update for the Galaxy S24 smartphones.

According to the report, a new firmware has appeared on Samsung’s servers. It has the firmware version S928BXXU2BXE2, which signifies a new major One UI version. There’s no way to confirm if this is One UI 7.0, but it’s a very good chance that it is. Google has already released the first Android 15 beta, so it stands to reason that Samsung could already be working on an update of their own.

At the moment there’s no telling when it will be released. Samsung released the One UI 6.0 beta back in August 2023. This means there’s a good chance One UI 7.0’s beta could be released around the same time. Samsung eventually released the Android 14 update for the Galaxy S23 towards the end of October.

Assuming Samsung keeps to their timeline, One UI 7.0 for the Galaxy S24 series could also be released around then. Either way, we’re still months away from a public beta, so we’ll just have to wait for Samsung to officially announce something.

Tyler Lee

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