Google announces the first beta’s release date for Android 14


Google hasn’t even fully rolled out Android 13 on our devices yet, and already it’s planning for the future. The Californian Company  has just indirectly)provided a release date for the first beta of its operating system after Android 13

The most recent version of Google’s mobile operating system has been available since August 13. Even though the stable version of Android 13 has only been available on compatible Android handsets for a short while, everything points to the American business already having its eyes on the future.

In reality, if we visit the manufacturer’s website and go through the FAQ area, we may find a very intriguing comment about the following query:

The beta updates of Android 13 QPR [for Quarterly Platform Release, editor’s note] continue until March 2023, followed by the beta versions of Android 14″.


As you can see, Google has already announced Android 14 for the first time, and we also indicated when it could be released. We learned that Android 13’s quarterly upgrades will be guaranteed until March 2023, when Android 14 will eventually replace it.

As a result, we may conclude that the new operating system’s first beta will arrive in due course, perhaps in April 2023. Even if it is now too early to discover more about the innovations that Android 14 will offer, it is now clear that the first beta of the new OS is not that far away from us.