The stable version of Android 14 is hitting the clock as it will be made available in the coming few months. Now Google has shared a confirmation from its side, and as it was said earlier, Pixel model users are the ones who are going to experience it first. The last step before the stable Android 14 release was completed by Google with the release of Android 14 beta 5.2.
The Android 14 preview may be installed on Pixel phones right away using our installation instructions, but users of other phone brands will have to wait until OEM-specific Android 14 releases.
It seems that the first Google Pixel series smartphones have begun to receive the September update, and it has been reported that the Android 14 OS upgrade will accompany them. Google staff members and members of the Android Trusted Testers have recently received an OTA update with build UP1A.230905.019, as noted by the well-known developer Mishaal Rahman. He claims that the release of Android 14 might occur on September 5, 2023, a date that has surfaced online for a long time. A similar launch of Android 14 will be made available globally when the firm decides to bring it in.
The September 2023 security fixes are a guarantee for this version, which means that the rollout will begin soon, and Rahman was confused about a potential date because of this. Soon, every Google Pixel smartphone will be added to the compatible list of devices receiving the Android 14 upgrade. As for other manufacturers like Samsung, they should begin to roll out starting next month and make progress with the optimization of their customized interface, One UI.
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