Google Android 13 is being rolled out rapidly and several smartphone OEMs have already released the major update to their eligible devices. Now, our attention is moving toward the next Android 14 version.
Google is expected to launch the Android 14 operating system in the third/fourth quarter of 2023. The company will first release three to five Beta in which all the app interfaces (APIs) will be ready for testing applications and games.
After some bug fixing—mostly related to stability issues for Pixel phones—Google will release the stable version. For 2023, Android 14 is said to arrive with a dessert codename: Upside down cake.
Check this amazing Android 14 concept video
The Android 14 concept video is shared by Youtube Channel Concept Central. The concept videos show smooth operations and better UI.
Android 14 Feature [Expected]
Satellite connectivity is the preferable feature we may see in Android 14 following Apple’s implementation of emergency satellite connectivity. Earlier, Google’s Senior VP of Android, revealed that Android 14 would be designed with optional satellite connectivity on board, giving devices the necessary software groundwork for the functionality.
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Which phones will get Android 14?
The Google Android 14 will release on the upcoming or yet-to-be-released flagship phones from all the top companies like Samsung, Xiaomi, Sony, Motorola, OnePlus, and others. Below you can check the Android 14 eligible devices list.
- Google Pixel 8, Pixel 8 Pro
- Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, S23 Ultra
- Galaxy Z Fold 5 & Galaxy Z Flip 5
- OnePlus 11
We can expect a developer beta early in 2023, followed by Google I/O.