Samsung Galaxy A52, A52 5G One UI 6.0 Update Tracker

Through this update tracker, I will keep you updated with the latest information about Android 14 and One UI 6.0 update for your Samsung Galaxy A52 or Galaxy A52 5G.

Android 14-based One UI 6.0 brings cool features and customizations to refresh your smartphone experience. It also brings many improvements that make One UI look cleaner. I know you must be wondering when my Galaxy A52 or A52 5G will get the One UI 6.0 update.

You can track the progress of One UI 6.0 for Galaxy A52 and A52s to get useful information.

Samsung’s Love for Galaxy A52 and A52 5G Users Ends With Android 14

The Galaxy A52 and A52 5G are confirmed to receive Android 14 update with One UI 6 update. Unfortunately, it will be the last major Android upgrade for these devices.

You heard it right. Android 14 will be the last OS upgrade for the Galaxy A52 and A52 5G.

Samsung promised three OS updates for many Galaxy devices, including the A52 and A52 5G, and that’s ending with Android 14. But, the devices should receive One UI 6.1 and security updates for a while.

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Samsung Galaxy A52, A52 5G Android 14 / One UI 6.0 Update Tracker

[January 10, 2024]: All unlocked Galaxy A52 5G units are getting the Android 14-based One UI 6 update in the US. The update comes with the firmware version A526U1UEUCFWL3.

[January 2, 2024]: The Galaxy A52 (4G variant) is now receiving the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update. It’s rolling out in a few countries, including Russia, but Samsung shouldn’t take more than a few days to spread the update to more and more regions. The update carries the firmware version A525FXXU6EWL3 and has a download size of around 2.2GB.

[December 29, 2023]: Samsung Galaxy A52 5G One UI 6 update is now available in the US. As always, the update is reaching locked units first and then will start seeding the factory unlocked models. It comes with the firmware version A526USQUCFWL1 and a download size of around 2GB.

[December 22, 2023]: The One UI 6.0 update for the Galaxy A52 5G is now expanding to China. It carries the firmware version A5260ZCU5FWL2. Users will get all the One UI 6 goodies and the December 2023 security patch. But, before that, they must download a bulky update that weighs around 2.2GB and install it.

[December 20, 2023]: Samsung is delivering its promise of rolling out the One UI 6 update to the Galaxy A52 this month. Currently, the device is getting the update in Europe, but shouldn’t take more than a few days to expand to more regions.

The One UI 6 update for the Galaxy A52 is tagged with the firmware version A526BXXU5FWL1 and has a download size of around 2.2GB. The software update also includes the December 2023 security patch.

[December 13, 2023]: Now, we have an official One UI 6.0 rollout plan for India. According to it, the Galaxy A52 will receive the update this month. Fingers crossed.

[November 22, 2023]: Samsung has released the One UI 6.0 rollout timeline for its Galaxy users in Germany. According to it, the Galaxy A52 and A52 5G should receive a stable update in December. And the expansion to other regions shouldn’t take long.

The Galaxy A52s 5G, on the other hand, has already received two One UI 6.0 beta updates, but for the A52 and A52 5G users, the beta hasn’t been announced yet.

[October 4, 2023]: Google has now released the stable version of Android 14. It will be available for eligible Google Pixel first, before other devices.

[September 20, 2023]: Finally!!! Google has now released Android 14 QRP1 to eligible Pixel devices. QPRs (Quality Platform Releases) are focused on bringing bug fixing and stability improvements. We’re very close to the stable release.

[September 6, 2023]: Google kicks off Android 14 beta 5.3. Those running beta 5.2 should receive an OTA update for the latest beta update.

[August 25, 2023]: Android 14 beta 5.2 has been released.

[August 18, 2023]: Google was expected to release the stable Android 14 this month, but it seems we have to wait a little more, as another beta rolls out to Pixel devices – Android 14 beta 5.1.

[August 10, 2023]: Another beta update is rolling out. It’s called Android 14 beta 5. As you might have expected, the beta update brings improvements and bug fixes. There are new features as well, which you might want to play with if you’re a beta tester.

[July 27, 2023]: It’s time for Android 14 beta 4.1. It brings lots of bug fixing. The update will be available for Pixel 4a or later, running the beta version of Android 14.

[July 11, 2023]: Google has now released Android 14 beta 4. It is slowly rolling out to the beta testers. In addition to bug fixes and improvements, the beta 4 brings several new features.

[June 14, 2023]: Android 14 beta 3.1 is now live to fix known bugs, including issues with fingerprint unlocking. The latest patch also includes the June 2023 security patch. Those already enrolled in the beta program can update to the latest build.

[June 7, 2023]: Google has released Android 14 beta 3. It’s the first release to Platform Stability. It means that developers could start working on finalizing their apps for release.

[May 25, 2023]: Android 14 beta 2.1 is now available for Google Pixel devices. It includes bug fixes and improvements. If your device is running the Android 14 beta 2, update to beta 2.1 for fewer bugs and a better overall experience.

[May 10, 2023]: Google has released Android 14 beta 2 with more fixes and improvements. It also adds several new features.

Several smartphone giants have announced that they will release the beta update to select devices, giving users an early taste of Android 14.

[April 26, 2023]: Android 14 beta 1.1 goes live. It includes bug fixes and improvements to the first beta update.

[April 12, 2023]: Things are going as planned, as Google has now released the first beta build of Android 14. Anyone with a Google Pixel can install it and test out upcoming features and changes.

[March 8, 2023]: The second developer preview version for Android 14 is out. It gives you a quick look at some of the upcoming features in the next Android OS.

[February 8, 2023]: Google has announced the first developer preview version of Android 14. It’s intended for developers who want to test very early builds of Android 14.

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