Samsung's One UI 6.0 beta rollout seems to be going very smoothly as Samsung continues to release new updates for its devices. Recently, the company was spotted rolling out the fourth One UI 6.0 Beta update for the Galaxy S23 series.

Samsung started updating One UI 6.0 Beta 3 for the Galaxy S23 more than a week ago, while there was a small bug fix just three days ago. Now, this product line continues to receive One UI 6.0 Beta 4 in the US, which is expected to be expanded to several other countries in the next few days. The update has a codename ending with the string “ZWIC” and is about 1GB in size. In addition to fixing bugs from the previous update, it also comes with the October 2023 security patch.

Of course, this isn't the final Beta update for the Galaxy S23 as the changelog shows that there are still some issues that haven't been fixed, such as the lack of the Motion Photos feature and the constant reboot error. continue when entering Maintenance Mode.

Besides, many problems have also been overcome. Users can now use the “Answer the phone” command to receive calls and turn on Google Assistant by swiping up from the bottom edge of the screen. In addition, the issue when logging into the Samsung Pass app has also been resolved along with many other improvements.

If you're enrolled in the One UI 6.0 program, you can check for new updates by going to Settings > Software update > Download and install.