Android 14 Rollout Timeline: The release will happen in the coming months

Google’s ‘Android’, at present, has a monopoly over all manufacturers’ devices (except iPhone) in terms of the Operating System. Excluding Apple, nearly all other devices have Android in them, except just a few, like Huawei. Android has got a total of 13 generations so far, and the 14th one is also on the way because Google has recently confirmed it by launching its Developer Preview. So, let’s take a look at its complete rollout timeline.

Informatively, the search engine giant has recently made available the Developer Preview of the upcoming version (14th) of Android. However, the Developer Preview can be experienced in Google Pixel devices only and not on other manufacturers’ devices currently. Therefore, users of other devices must be wondering when their phones will get this. Notably, other phones may receive Android 14 in the form of a Beta directly. 

Android 14 First Developer Preview Available Now

Android 14 Rollout Timeline

As per the officially released timeline, they will first provide the Developer Preview, then roll out the Beta updates for Pixel devices, afterwards touch the Platform Stability milestone, and then will move on to its final release. Let us tell you; it will be available for AOSP only after the final release, and then other manufacturers will be able to provide Android 14 with their custom UI to their devices. All updates’ timings are listed below. 

  • Developer Preview 1- February 
  • Developer Preview 2- March 
  • Beta 1- April 
  • Beta 2- May
  • Platform Stability (Beta 3)- June 
  • Beta 4&5- July 
  • Final release for AOSP and ecosystem
  • Stable update- August to October

Nota bene, this timeline concerns eligible Pixel devices (Pixel 4a (5G), Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6a, Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro); for other devices, the timeline will vary by the manufacturer. 

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