One UI
Screenshot of One UI 6 Home Screen
DeveloperSamsung Electronics
OS family
Working stateCurrent
Initial release7 November 2018; 5 years ago (2018-11-07)
Latest release6.1 (Based on Android 14) / 17 January 2024; 36 days ago (2024-01-17)
Available in100+ languages
List of languages
  • 100+ languages and 25 locales worldwide
  • Azərbaycan – Azerbaijani
  • Bosanski – Bosnian
  • Català – Catalan
  • Čeština – Czech
  • Dansk – Danish
  • Deutsch (Deutschland) – German (Germany)
  • Deutsch (Österreich) – German (Austria)
  • Deutsch (Schweiz) – German (Switzerland)
  • Eesti – Estonian
  • English (Australia) – English (Australia)
  • English (Canada) – English (Canada)
  • English (India) – English (India)
  • English (Ireland) – English (Ireland)
  • English (New Zealand) – English (New Zealand)
  • English (Philippines) – English (Philippines)
  • English (South Africa) – English (South Africa)
  • English (United Kingdom) – English (United Kingdom)
  • English (United States) – English (United States)
  • English (Zawgyi) – English (Zawgyi)
  • Español (España) – Spanish (Spain)
  • Español (Estados Unidos) – Spanish (United States)
  • Euskara – Basque
  • Filipino – Filipino
  • Français (Belgique) – French (Belgium)
  • Français (Canada) – French (Canada)
  • Français (France) – French (France)
  • Français (Suisse) – French (Switzerland)
  • Gaeilge – Irish
  • Galego – Galician
  • Hrvatski – Croatian
  • Indonesia – Indonesian
  • Íslenska – Icelandic
  • Italiano – Italian
  • Latviešu – Latvian
  • Lietuvių – Lithuanian
  • Magyar – Hungarian
  • Malaysia – Malay
  • Nederlands (België) – Dutch (Belgium)
  • Nederlands (Nederland) – Dutch (Netherlands)
  • Norsk bokmål – Norwegian Bokmål
  • O‘zbek – Uzbek (Latin)
  • Polski (Polska) – Polish (Poland)
  • Polski (Silesian) – Polish (Silesian)
  • Português (Brasil) – Portuguese (Brazil)
  • Português (Portugal) – Portuguese (Portugal)
  • Română – Romanian
  • Shqip – Albanian
  • Slovenčina – Slovak
  • Slovenščina – Slovenian
  • Srpski – Serbian (Latin)
  • Suomi – Finnish
  • Svenska – Swedish
  • Tiếng Việt – Vietnamese
  • Türkçe – Turkish
  • Türkmen dili – Turkmen
  • Ελληνικά – Greek
  • Беларуская – Belarusian
  • Български – Bulgarian
  • Кыргызча – Kyrgyz
  • Қазақ тілі – Kazakh
  • Македонски – Macedonian
  • Монгол – Mongolian
  • Русский – Russian
  • Тоҷикӣ – Tajik
  • Українська – Ukrainian
  • ქართული – Georgian
  • Հայերեն – Armenian
  • עברית – Hebrew
  • اردو – Urdu
  • العربية (إسرائيل) – Arabic (Israel)
  • العربية (الإمارات العربية المتحدة) – Arabic (UAE)
  • فارسی – Persian
  • नेपाली – Nepali
  • मराठी – Marathi
  • हिन्दी – Hindi
  • অসমীয়া – Assamese
  • বাংলা (বাংলাদেশ) – Bangla (Bangladesh)
  • বাংলা (ভারত) – Bangla (India)
  • ਪੰਜਾਬੀ – Punjabi
  • ગુજરાતી – Gujarati
  • ଓଡ଼ିଆ – Odia
  • தமிழ் – Tamil
  • తెలుగు – Telugu
  • ಕನ್ನಡ – Kannada
  • മലയാളം – Malayalam
  • සිංහල – Sinhala
  • ไทย – Thai
  • ລາວ – Lao
  • မြန်မာ (Unicode) – Burmese (Unicode)
  • မြန်မာ (Zawgyi) – Burmese (Zawgyi)
  • ខ្មែរ – Khmer
  • 한국어 – Korean
  • 日本語 – Japanese
  • 简体中文 (中国) – Simplified Chinese (China)
  • 繁體中文 (台灣) – Traditional Chinese (Taiwan)
  • 繁體中文 (香港) – Traditional Chinese (Hong Kong)
  • Not all languages are available on all devices. Some languages are removed completely in some regions.
Update methodFirmware over-the-air
Kernel typeMonolithic (modified Linux kernel)
Default
user interface
Graphical
Preceded bySamsung Experience
Official websiteOfficial website

One UI is a user interface (UI) developed by Samsung Electronics for its Android devices running Android 9 "Pie" and later. Succeeding Samsung Experience and TouchWiz, it is designed to make using larger smartphones easier and be more visually appealing. To provide more clarity, some elements of the UI are tweaked to match colors that are based on the color of the user's phone. It was announced at Samsung Developer Conference in 2018,[1] and was unveiled in Galaxy Unpacked in February 2019 alongside the Galaxy S10 series, Galaxy Buds and the Galaxy Fold.

It is also the software layer for their smartwatch Tizen and Wear OS platform, which Samsung co-developed with Google.[2][3] As of 2021, it is also the software layer for the Microsoft Windows platform on Galaxy Book devices.

Features

One UI was designed as part of a goal to make Samsung's hardware and software "work together in perfect harmony" and provide a more "natural" experience on large-screen smartphones. One UI displays most of the features[4] that were in the Samsung Experience UX. A prominent design pattern in many of Samsung's system applications is to intentionally place common features and user interface elements along the middle of the screen rather than near the top. This makes them easier to reach with a user's thumb when using the device one-handed.

For similar reasons, apps utilise large headers to push their main content towards the vertical centre of the screen. The navigation bar supports the use of gestures and the usual 3-button system, while a system-wide "night mode" was also added (which gives UI elements and supported applications a darkened color scheme). As with Android Pie upstream, the Overview screen of recent apps uses a horizontal layout, as opposed to the vertical layout of previous versions.[5][6][7][8]

One UI Core

One UI Core is a slimmed down version of the original One UI feature set aimed towards the budget-friendly A, F, J, and M series low and mid-range devices. These variants of the system usually have a lighter set of features than the regular variant but the feature availability may vary with the models using the software.[9]

Default apps and components

See also: Galaxy Store

The following is a list of Samsung's own software and functionalities that come with One UI (as of version 6).

Software Description
Contacts, Calendar, Clock, Calculator, Reminder Basic organization tools
Messages SMS, MMS and RCS text messaging client
Phone Cellular and VoIP calling client
My Files File manager including FTP/SFTP client and SMB network client
Camera Photo and video camera (including integrated additions)
Gallery Photo and video gallery
Voice Recorder Voice recording in M4A format (3gp4 codec) up to 256kbps/48kHz
Email Email client
Internet Web browser
Notes Note-taking, sketching and PDF reader and editor
Modes and Routines (formerly Bixby Routines) Conditional automation tool
Quick Share File transfer tool with nearby Galaxy or Android devices, or to the cloud[10]
Group Sharing Share content with other Samsung accounts[11] (integrated)
Music Share Multi-device connect to Bluetooth speakers
Smart View Screen mirroring and casting using Miracast[12] (integrated in quick panel) (formerly Samsung Link and AllShare Play[13][14])
Device Control & Media Output Control home connected devices or switch media output to different devices (integrated in quick panel)
Bixby Voice Voice assistant (integrated in hardware button)
Bixby Vision Augmented reality camera tools: Translate, Text copy, Discover, Wine
AR Zone Augmented reality tools: Emoji Studio, Emoji Camera, Emoji Stickers, Doodle, Deco Pic, Quick Measure
Gaming Hub (formerly Game Launcher) All installed games
Samsung TV Plus Free television streaming service
Samsung Free (formerly Samsung Daily) (replaced by Samsung News in the U.S.[15]) Media and entertainment: integrated Samsung TV Plus, podcasts (region dependent), news aggregator (provided by Upday in Europe), instant casual games[16][17][18]
Weather Weather information provided by The Weather Channel[19]
Samsung Cloud Cloud storage and backup
Smart Switch Content mover to a new Galaxy device
Galaxy Store Downloadable apps, games, themes and customizations
Wallet (formerly Samsung Pay) Digital wallet (Pay payment system, Pass password manager)
Health Personal health tracking tool
Digital Wellbeing Device usage tracker and parental tools
Members Community support and exclusive content
Secure Folder Private and encrypted storage folder using Knox[20]
Secure Wi-Fi VPN network service[21]
Tips Device information, manual and remote support

Additional Samsung apps and components for One UI are offered on the Samsung Galaxy Store.

Since One UI devices running Android use Google's version of the OS, numerous Google Mobile Services components also ship with the devices.

Version history

One UI 1

One UI 1.0 is the first version of One UI and is based on Android 9 "Pie". It brought about many features which were becoming increasingly popular among various apps. First and foremost, dark mode was added to make viewing in dark spaces easier on the user's eyes. This feature was included in many apps and eventually brought to iOS 13 and Android 10. The first version also brought native screenshot editing tools, refined curves, refinements to the Always-On Display (tap to show), an upgraded Bixby with support for remapping the Bixby button, and a new way to navigate the device: gestures released on February 20, 2019.

While Android 9 “Pie” did come with gesture support, it was only available on Pixel devices and stock AOSP devices and is said to be 'half baked' by many users. However, Samsung decided to create their own gesture system to navigate devices with One UI installed. To achieve this, the user has to swipe up from the bottom of the device in the three locations of the 'buttons' to navigate. The gesture system has received mixed reviews.[22][23][24] One UI 1.0 was released on 7 November 2018.

One UI 1.1 brought a stability fixes and performance optimizations, primarily for the camera, fingerprint reader, and facial recognition.[25] One UI 1.1 was released alongside the Galaxy S10 series. This update isn't available on the Galaxy S8 series and Galaxy Note8 series series.

One UI 1.5 provided a native screen recorder, a "Power Mode" for higher system performance and exclusive early-access Link to Windows support in cooperation with Microsoft.[26] It launched with the Galaxy Note10 series devices on 23 August 2019.

One UI 2

One UI 2.0 is the second version of One UI and is powered by Android 10.[27] It provides Galaxy users with a skinned Digital Wellbeing experience, a more refined UI in some default apps such as Device Care, a minor UI change to the clock position in quick settings, a native screen recorder, the new Android 10 gesture system, Dynamic Lock Screen (different wallpaper with every unlock), a Trash folder in Files, native Android Auto, and harder Location permission access. One UI 2.0 was rolled out to eligible devices starting 3 December 2019.

One UI 2.1 brought support for 120 Hz refresh rate, Quick Share, Music Share, additional camera modes, and native support for Live Captions. It was first released with the Galaxy S20 series & the Galaxy Z Flip. It also arrived for older devices such as the Galaxy S9 and S10, Note 9 and Note 10,[28] the Galaxy Fold, and select Galaxy A series[29] devices as a software update starting February 24, 2020.

One UI 2.5 was initially released on 21 August 2020 with the launch of the Galaxy Note 20 series, with the update later being released for the Galaxy S20 series along with older Samsung phones. One UI 2.5 doesn't bring radical changes to the UI, but there are plenty of new feature additions to the camera, DeX, gesture navigation, and other services.[30][31][32]

One UI 3

One UI 3.0, based on Android 11, was released for Galaxy S20 devices beginning on 2 December 2020. The update includes a few noteworthy improvements, such as a translucent notification panel, brief notifications, new volume controls positioned on the right or left of the device alongside the physical volume keys, slightly enhanced widgets, and smoother animations and transitions throughout the whole UI among other features.[33][34][35]

One UI 3.1 first released with the Galaxy S21 series, has started rolling out to other supported Galaxy devices, starting with the Galaxy S20 series on 17 February 2021. There are no notable user interface changes. It contains many new camera feature improvements such as improved touch autofocus and auto exposure controller and improved Single Take feature and software implementations such as Object Eraser, Multi Mic Recording, Eye Comfort Shield, Private Share and others.[36]

One UI 3.1.1 first released with the Galaxy Z Fold 3 on 11 August 2021. It made multitasking easier with enhanced multi-window and task-switching features and also optimized more apps to take advantage of the large screen devices such as foldables and tablets. As such it was only released to eligible Galaxy Z series and Galaxy Tab series devices. The new features were rolled out to all supported devices but bar-type phones continued to show their software version as One UI 3.1 after the update.

One UI 4

One UI 4.0, based on Android 12, is the fourth generation of One UI. It was released to the Galaxy S21 Series on 15 November 2021. One UI 4.0 focuses on customization, privacy, and access to Samsung's expanding ecosystem.[37][38]

One UI 4.1 was first released with the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. It brought minor changes, however it did introduce features like Smart Calendar, added option to choose how much virtual RAM is desired (from 2, 4, 6 or 8 GB), redesigned palette picker, Smart Widgets, separate Left/Right audio balance, extra brightness toggle, Pro Mode on more cameras, Night Mode portraits, and other minor changes.[39]

One UI 4.1.1 is based on Android 12L which optimized the Android OS for alternative form factors such as foldables. It first released with the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4 on August 23, 2022. This update also adds further Samsung specific enhancements to multitasking and optimizations for foldable smartphones (Galaxy Z Fold line) and large screen tablets (Galaxy Tab line).[40] Even though the new features made it to supported bar-type phones One UI 4.1.1, like One UI 3.1.1, was only officially rolled out to the Galaxy Z series and Galaxy Tab series.

One UI 5

One UI 5.0, based on Android 13, was announced on 12 October 2022, as the fifth-generation of One UI. It was publicly released to the Galaxy S22 series first starting 24 October 2022 with other supported devices following later.[41]

Some features and changes include the ability to turn off the RAM Plus feature, where previously users could only limit it to 2GB rather than turning it off entirely, and a redesigned way of customizing the lock screen, similar to iOS 16. Material You was also expanded to most of Google and Samsung Apps along with some third-party apps that support material you, allowing more ways to customize One UI. One UI 5 also brings refreshed icons for a more-refined look across the UI.

One UI 5.1 was announced on 1 February 2023 and released on 13 February 2023 with the Samsung Galaxy S23 series. It brought many new multitasking features, weather, new battery widget, Settings and Spotify suggestions, Camera and Gallery features, as well as improvements such as the ability to change color tone for selfies, enhanced image remastering, and revamped info display.[42]

One UI 5.1.1 launched with the Galaxy Z Fold 5, Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Tab S9 on 11 August 2023. The update increases the number of apps shown in the taskbar with more recent apps, improves support for Flex Mode in more apps, allows for two-handed drag-and-drop file transfer and gives the ability to hide apps in pop-up mode among other features and improvements.[43]

One UI 6

One UI 6.0 is based on Android 14.[44] It was officially released for the Galaxy S23 series starting 30 October 2023 with other devices expected to receive the update thereafter.[45]

The update includes a redesigned quick panel with a new button layout, improved access to the brightness settings and a new notification layout that allows sorting by time. Other new features include a new default font, new emojis and an improved multitasking experience. Built-in Samsung applications such as the Camera app, Gallery, Photo Editor, Weather among others have also received updates to add more functionality and customization.[46]

One UI 6.1 was released on 17 January 2024 with the Samsung Galaxy S24 series.The update brings some interesting new features despite being a minor One UI update, such as the option to show the lock screen wallpaper on Always On Display, a combined Quick Share and Nearby Share menu for easier file sharing with Samsung and non-Samsung devices, and more advanced battery protection features.

Update support

2019–2021

As of 5 August 2020, Samsung offers up to three years of One UI and operating system updates and four years of security updates for the following devices.[47]

2021–present

As of 9 February 2022, Samsung offers up to four years of One UI and operating system updates and five years of security updates for flagship devices sold in 2021 and later, and mid range devices sold in 2022 and later.[48] This includes the following device series.

2024–present

At Galaxy Unpacked on 17 January 2024 Samsung announced that it would offer seven generations of OS upgrades and seven years of security updates for the Galaxy S24 series.[53] The new policy only applies to the latest flagship series with foldable devices released in 2024 likely to follow, yet unconfirmed.

Devices running One UI

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Sources to verify this section:

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Smartphones

Device Original Version Upgradeable Version References
Galaxy S series
Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+/S8 Active Samsung Experience 8.1
(Android 7.0 "Nougat")
One UI 1.0 (Android 9 "Pie") [54]
Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ Samsung Experience 9.0
(Android 8.0 "Oreo")
One UI 2.5 (Android 10) [55]
Samsung Galaxy S10e/S10/S10+/S10 5G One UI 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI 4.1 (Android 12)
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite One UI 2.0 (Android 10) One UI 5.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy S20/S20+/S20 Ultra One UI 2.1 (Android 10) [56]
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE One UI 2.5 (Android 10)
Samsung Galaxy S21/S21+/S21 Ultra One UI 3.1 (Android 11) One UI 6.0 (Android 14) [57]
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE One UI 4.0 (Android 12)
Samsung Galaxy S22/S22+/S22 Ultra One UI 4.1 (Android 12) [58]
Samsung Galaxy S23/S23+/S23 Ultra One UI 5.1 (Android 13) [59]
Samsung Galaxy S23 FE
Samsung Galaxy S24/S24+/S24 Ultra One UI 6.1 (Android 14)
Galaxy Z Series
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold One UI 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI 4.1.1 (Android 12L) [60]
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip/Z Flip 5G One UI 2.1 (Android 10) One UI 5.1.1 (Android 13) [61]
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 One UI 2.5 (Android 10) [62]
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 One UI 3.1.1 (Android 11) One UI 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 [63]
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 One UI 4.1.1 (Android 12L)
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 One UI 5.1.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5
Galaxy Note series
Samsung Galaxy Note FE Samsung Experience 8.1
(Android 7.0 "Nougat")
One UI 1.0 (Android 9 "Pie") [64]
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Samsung Experience 8.5
(Android 7.1.1 "Nougat")
[65]
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Samsung Experience 9.5
(Android 8.1 "Oreo")
One UI 2.5 (Android 10) [66]
Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Note 10+ One UI 1.5 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI 4.1 (Android 12) [60]
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite One UI 2.0 (Android 10) One UI 5.1 (Android 13) [67]
Samsung Galaxy Note 20/Note 20 Ultra One UI 2.5 (Android 10) [62]
Galaxy A series
Samsung Galaxy A8/A8+ (2018) Samsung Experience 8.5
(Android 7.1.1 "Nougat")
One UI 1.0 (Android 9 "Pie") [68]
Samsung Galaxy A6/A6+ (2018) Samsung Experience 9.0
(Android 8.0 "Oreo")
One UI 2.0 (Android 10) [69][70]
Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) [71]
Samsung Galaxy A8 Star (2018)/A9 Star [72]
Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) [73]
Samsung Galaxy A10 One UI 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI 3.1 (Android 11) [74]
Samsung Galaxy A10e/Galaxy A20 (Japan) [75]
Samsung Galaxy A10s One UI Core 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI Core 3.1 (Android 11)
Samsung Galaxy A20 One UI 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI 3.1 (Android 11) [76]
Samsung Galaxy A20e [77]
Samsung Galaxy A20s One UI Core 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI Core 3.1 (Android 11)
Samsung Galaxy A30 One UI 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI 3.1 (Android 11) [78]
Samsung Galaxy A30s One UI 1.5 (Android 9 "Pie") [79]
Samsung Galaxy A40 One UI 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") [80]
Samsung Galaxy A50 [81]
Samsung Galaxy A50s One UI 1.5 (Android 9 "Pie") [82]
Samsung Galaxy A60 One UI 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") [83][84]
Samsung Galaxy A70 [85]
Samsung Galaxy A70s [86]
Samsung Galaxy A80 [80]
Samsung Galaxy A90 5G One UI 1.5 (Android 9 "Pie") [87]
Samsung Galaxy A01 One UI Core 2.0 (Android 10) One UI Core 4.1 (Android 12)
Samsung Galaxy A11 [88]
Samsung Galaxy A21 One UI Core 2.1 (Android 10)
Samsung Galaxy A21 Simple SCV49 (Japan)
Samsung Galaxy A21s
Samsung Galaxy A31 One UI 2.1 (Android 10) One UI 4.1 (Android 12) [89]
Samsung Galaxy A41 [90]
Samsung Galaxy A51 One UI 2.0 (Android 10) One UI 5.1 (Android 13) [91]
Samsung Galaxy A51 5G One UI 2.1 (Android 10)
Samsung Galaxy A71 One UI 2.0 (Android 10)
Samsung Galaxy A71 5G/A Quantum One UI 2.1 (Android 10)
Samsung Galaxy A02 One UI Core 2.5 (Android 10) One UI Core 4.1 (Android 12)
Samsung Galaxy A02s
Samsung Galaxy A12 [1]
Samsung Galaxy A12 Nacho One UI Core 3.1 (Android 11) One UI Core 5.1 (Android 13) [2]
Samsung Galaxy A22
Samsung Galaxy A22 5G
Samsung Galaxy A32 One UI 3.1 (Android 11) One UI 5.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G
Samsung Galaxy A42 5G One UI 2.5 (Android 10)
One UI 3.0 (Android 11)
One UI 4.1 (Android 12)
One UI 5.1 (Android 13)
global
South Korea & United States
Samsung Galaxy A52 One UI 3.1 (Android 11) One UI 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy A52 5G
Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
Samsung Galaxy A72
Samsung Galaxy A82 5G/Galaxy Quantum 2
Samsung Galaxy A03 One UI Core 3.1 (Android 11) One UI Core 5.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy A03s
Samsung Galaxy A13 One UI Core 4.1 (Android 12) One UI Core 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy A13 5G One UI Core 3.1 (Android 11)
One UI Core 4.1 (Android 12)
One UI Core 5.1 (Android 13)
One UI Core 6.0 (Android 14)
Canada & United States
global
Samsung Galaxy A23 One UI 4.1 (Android 12) One UI 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy A23 5G
Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
Samsung Galaxy A73 5G
Samsung Galaxy A04 One UI Core 4.1 (Android 12) One UI Core 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy A04e
Samsung Galaxy A04s
Samsung Galaxy A14 One UI Core 5.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy A14 5G One UI Core 5.0 (Android 13) [92]
Samsung Galaxy A24 One UI 5.1 (Android 13) One UI 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy A34 5G
Samsung Galaxy A54 5G
Samsung Galaxy A05 One UI Core 5.1 (Android 13) One UI Core 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy A05s
Samsung Galaxy A15 One UI 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy A15 5G
Samsung Galaxy A25 5G
Galaxy XCover series
Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 Samsung Experience 8.1
(Android 7.0 "Nougat")
One UI 1.0 (Android 9 "Pie")
Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4s One UI 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI 3.1 (Android 11) [93]
Samsung Galaxy Xcover Pro One UI 2.0 (Android 10) One UI 5.1 (Android 13) [94]
Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 One UI 3.1 (Android 11)
Samsung Galaxy Xcover 6 Pro One UI 4.1 (Android 12) One UI 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy Xcover 7 One UI 6.0 (Android 14)
Galaxy M series
Samsung Galaxy M10 Samsung Experience 9.5
(Android 8.1 "Oreo")
One UI Core 2.0 (Android 10)
Samsung Galaxy M10s One UI Core 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI Core 3.1 (Android 11)
Samsung Galaxy M20 Samsung Experience 9.5
(Android 8.1 "Oreo")
One UI Core 2.0 (Android 10)
Samsung Galaxy M30
Samsung Galaxy M30s One UI Core 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI Core 3.1 (Android 11)
Samsung Galaxy M40
Samsung Galaxy M01 One UI Core 2.0 (Android 10) One UI Core 4.1 (Android 12)
Samsung Galaxy M01s One UI Core 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI Core 3.1 (Android 11)
Samsung Galaxy M11 One UI Core 2.0 (Android 10) One UI Core 4.1 (Android 12)
Samsung Galaxy M21
Samsung Galaxy M21s
Samsung Galaxy M21 Prime Edition (2021) One UI Core 3.1 (Android 11) One UI Core 5.1 (Android 13) [95]
Samsung Galaxy M31 One UI Core 2.0 (Android 10) One UI Core 4.1 (Android 12)
Samsung Galaxy M31s One UI Core 2.1 (Android 10)
Samsung Galaxy M51
Samsung Galaxy M02 One UI Core 2.5 (Android 10)
Samsung Galaxy M02s
Samsung Galaxy M12 One UI Core 3.1 (Android 11) One UI Core 5.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy M22
Samsung Galaxy M32 One UI 3.1 (Android 11) One UI 5.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy M32 5G
Samsung Galaxy M42 5G
Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
Samsung Galaxy M62
Samsung Galaxy M13 One UI Core 4.1 (Android 12) One UI Core 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy M13 5G
Samsung Galaxy M23 5G One UI 4.1 (Android 12) One UI 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy M33 5G
Samsung Galaxy M53 5G
Samsung Galaxy M04 One UI Core 4.1 (Android 12) One UI Core 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy M14 5G One UI Core 5.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy M34 5G One UI 5.1 (Android 13) One UI 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy M44 5G
Samsung Galaxy M54 5G
Galaxy F Series
Samsung Galaxy F41 One UI Core 2.1 (Android 10) One UI Core 4.1 (Android 12)
Samsung Galaxy F02s
Samsung Galaxy F12 One UI Core 3.1 (Android 11) One UI Core 5.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy F22
Samsung Galaxy F42 5G
Samsung Galaxy F52 5G One UI 3.1 (Android 11) One UI 5.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy F62
Samsung Galaxy F13 One UI Core 4.1 (Android 12) One UI Core 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy F23 5G
Samsung Galaxy F04
Samsung Galaxy F14 5G One UI Core 5.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy F34 5G One UI 5.1 (Android 13) One UI 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy F54
Galaxy J series
Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017)/J3 Pro Samsung Experience 8.1
(Android 7.0 "Nougat")
One UI 1.1
(Android 9 "Pie")
[96]
Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017)/J5 Pro [97]
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017)/J7 Pro [98]
Samsung Galaxy J7 Core/J7 Neo/J7 Nxt [99]
Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime (2018)/J7 Prime 2 [100]
Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo Samsung Experience 9.0
(Android 8.0 "Oreo")
One UI 2.0
(Android 10)
[101]
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2018) US [102]
Samsung Galaxy J4 [103]
Samsung Galaxy J6/On6 [104]
Samsung Galaxy J8/On8 [105]
Samsung Galaxy J4+ Samsung Experience 9.5
(Android 8.1 "Oreo")
Samsung Galaxy J6+

Tablets

Device Original Version Upgradeable Version References
Galaxy Tab S series
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 TouchWiz Grace UX
(Android 7.0 "Nougat")
One UI 1.0 (Android 9 "Pie")
Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Samsung Experience 9.5
(Android 8.1 "Oreo")
One UI 2.5 (Android 10)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e One UI 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI 3.1 (Android 11)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 One UI 1.5 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI 4.1.1 (Android 12L)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite One UI 2.1 (Android 10) One UI 5.1.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2022) One UI 4.1 (Android 12) One UI 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7/S7+ One UI 2.5 (Android 10) One UI 5.1.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE One UI 3.1.1 (Android 11) One UI 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8/S8+/S8 Ultra One UI 4.1 (Android 12)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S9/S9+/S9 Ultra One UI 5.1.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE/FE+
Galaxy Tab A series
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2017) Samsung Experience 8.5
(Android 7.1.1 "Nougat")
One UI 1.0 (Android 9 "Pie") [106]
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2018) Samsung Experience 9.5
(Android 8.1 "Oreo")
One UI 2.5 (Android 10) [107]
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5 (2018) [105]
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019) One UI Core 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI Core 3.1 (Android 11)
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0
with S Pen
(2019)
One UI 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI 3.1 (Android 11) [108]
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)
Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (2020) One UI Core 2.5 (Android 10) One UI Core 4.1 (Android 12)
Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite One UI Core 3.1 (Android 11) One UI Core 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 (2021) One UI Core 5.1.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy Tab A9/A9+ (2023) One UI 5.1.1 (Android 13) One UI 6.0 (Android 14)
Galaxy Tab Active series
Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 2 Samsung Experience 8.5
(Android 7.1.1 "Nougat")
One UI 1.1 (Android 9 "Pie")
Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro One UI 1.5 (Android 9 "Pie") One UI 3.1 (Android 11)
Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3 One UI 2.5 (Android 10) One UI 5.1.1 (Android 13)
Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro One UI 4.1 (Android 12) One UI 6.0 (Android 14)
Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 5 One UI 6.0 (Android 14)

Computers

Device Original Version Upgradeable Version References
Galaxy Book series
Samsung Galaxy Book Windows 10 (1607) One UI Book 4 (Windows 11)
Samsung Galaxy Book Pro Windows 10 (20H2) One UI Book 4 (Windows 11)
Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360
Samsung Galaxy Book Odyssey
Samsung Galaxy Book (2021)
Samsung Galaxy Book Go Windows 10 (21H1) Windows 11 (22H2)
Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Windows 10 (21H2) One UI Book 4 (Windows 11)
Samsung Galaxy Book 2 360
Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Pro
Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Pro 360
Samsung Galaxy Book 3 360 One UI Book 4 (Windows 11)
Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Pro
Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360
Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra

Watches

Device Original Version Upgradeable Version References
Gear S series
Samsung Gear S3 Classic / Frontier Tizen 2.3.2 One UI Watch 1.0 (Tizen 4.0.0.7)
Galaxy Watch series
Samsung Galaxy Watch Tizen 4.0.0.0 One UI Watch 2.0 (Tizen 5.5.0.2)
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active One UI Watch 1.0 (Tizen 4.0.0.3) One UI Watch 2.0 (Tizen 5.5.0.2)
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 One UI Watch 1.0 (Tizen 4.0.0.7) One UI Watch 2.0 (Tizen 5.5.0.2)
Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 One UI Watch 2.0 (Tizen 5.5.0.1) One UI Watch 2.0 (Tizen 5.5.0.2)
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4/Watch 4 Classic One UI Watch 3.0 (Wear OS 3.0) One UI Watch 5.0 (Wear OS 4.0)
Samsung Galaxy Watch 5/Watch 5 Pro One UI Watch 4.5 (Wear OS 3.5) One UI Watch 5.0 (Wear OS 4.0)
Samsung Galaxy Watch 6/Watch 6 Classic One UI Watch 5.0 (Wear OS 4.0)

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