Samsung rollouts One UI 6.0 with Android 14 Update
Samsung has commenced the rollout of the Android 14 update, featuring One UI 6.0, for the Galaxy A34 5G, keeping its promise to users. The firmware, identified as A346BXXU4BWK2, is currently being deployed in European regions.
The update, inclusive of security patches from November 2023, introduces several enhancements to the Galaxy A34 5G. Notably, users in other markets can anticipate the update reaching their devices in the coming days.
Key modifications accompanying One UI 6.0 for the Galaxy A34 5G include:
- Revamped phone layout: This involves a new control panel, updated widgets (including camera and album widgets, and a weather widget), refreshed font, new emojis, and the integration of the ability to create stickers directly within the keyboard.
- Camera improvements: The Camera app has undergone a simplified overall layout. Quick settings buttons on the display screen have been redesigned for better clarity. Additionally, there’s now a button in the quick settings menu allowing users to swiftly change the photo resolution in Photo and Pro modes.
- New Photo Editor: Featuring an improved layout, a new Tools menu for easier access to editing functions, and the consolidation of the Straighten and Perspective options into the Transform menu.
- New Samsung Studio: This introduces a video editor for multimedia content creation. The Studio function now permits users to craft videos by combining those in the gallery, incorporating texts, music, and stickers.
- Enhanced security: A new privacy panel facilitates control over permissions for each application, and a novel Auto Block feature prevents the installation of unknown applications. Users can now activate security controls and block commands via USB, while a security panel allows monitoring of each application.
- Bixby Text Call: A fresh Bixby feature enabling the transfer of an ongoing call to a Bixby text call at any point.
- Document and text scanning: A new feature streamlining document scanning by eliminating unwanted parts.
- Samsung Pass: This offers more secure logins with passwords for compatible applications and websites. Unlike traditional passwords, the PassKey is exclusively stored on the device and remains undisclosed in the event of a security breach. PassKeys also provide protection against phishing attacks, functioning solely on the registered website or application.
The rollout initially involves the Galaxy A34 5G, with the firmware A346BXXU4BWK2 deployed in Europe. It’s expected that the release of stable One UI 6.0 may extend to other models, potentially including those from the Galaxy M series, and other devices scheduled to receive the update in the next few hours.
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