The upcoming Android 14 version of Google’s mobile operating system is already under development. The successor to Android 13 is currently undergoing internal testing within the company and promises to launch without indicating significant changes.
Mobile phones undergo yearly updates as part of the routine renewals, and they typically hit the market concurrently with operating system upgrades. And one example of this strategy is Android, which debuts each year along with a dessert named after it. The launch of Android 14 in 2023 means it’s time to figure out all the new features, smartphones that will upgrade, and when they’ll do it. So, let’s start now.
What devices will receive the Android 14 update first?
Which Android-compatible smartphones, tablets, and other devices will update to version 14 is still unknown. We are aware of a few smartphones, the Pixels, that will get the update on a schedule. These users in particular will be the lucky ones:
- Google Pixel 4a.
- Google Pixel 5.
- Google Pixel 5a.
- Google Pixel 6.
- Google Pixel 6 Pro.
- Google Pixel 6a.
- Google Pixel 7.
- Google Pixel 7 Pro.
When will Android 14 be available?