The official One UI 6 rollout started on October 30 with the Galaxy S23 series, but Samsung has released the update for a lot more devices in the weeks since. Instead of focusing on the flagships first, Samsung seems to be taking a random approach, which might be why the company released the One UI 6 update for both budget and mid-range Galaxy A smartphones so quickly.
That’s where this list comes in. Below you can find all the Galaxy A smartphones that have been updated to Android 14/One UI 6. As more A-series phones get One UI 6, the list below will be updated to reflect it, so be sure you bookmark this page and check back later if your A-series phone has yet to receive the latest Android and One UI upgrade.
One UI 6 (Android 14) update is out for the following Galaxy A devices
Keep in mind that the list above shows devices that have received the One UI 6 update in at least one market. Samsung expands the availability of big OS upgrades gradually, so you may have to wait longer than others for the update to arrive in your country. The best way to check for an update’s availability is to go to the phone’s Settings » Software update menu and tap the Download and install option. Alternatively, select your device and country in our firmware checker to see if Android 14 is available for you.
For all Galaxy devices, Galaxy A or otherwise, that have been updated to Android 14 and One UI 6, check out this list. Also, watch the videos below for a breakdown of the best features and changes that Galaxy devices are getting via Android 14/One UI 6.