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What’s the Timeline for Android 14 on Your Smartphone? Exploring Each Brand Individually

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Samsung has notably quickened its steps in rolling out One UI 6.0 recently. The South Korean giant has updated a number of its mid-range and premium Galaxy models to Android 14, an upgrade expected to positively impact your smartphone’s battery life.

Although Android 14 was officially launched by Google on October 4, numerous users are still awaiting updates from various manufacturers. Let’s examine which smartphone brands are poised to receive Google’s newest update soon.

Which smartphones are ready for Android 14? Google, Samsung, ASUS? Post the release of Android 14’s stable version, Google Pixel devices have been enjoying the update. Not only does it minimize overheating, but it also extends the battery duration of Pixel 6 and Pixel 7. The update is also available for Pixel 4a (5G) and subsequent models.

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Regarding Taiwanese manufacturer ASUS, the Zenfone 10 is slated to be the first to get the Android 14 update. While the beta version has been accessible in the U.S. since October 10, ASUS hasn’t disclosed the official rollout date yet. Additionally, Zenfone 9 and the ROG Phone 6/ROG Phone 6 Pro are expected to receive the update later on.

Galaxy Z Fold 3/Z Fold 4 Galaxy Z Flip 3/Z Flip 4 Galaxy S22/S22+/S22 Ultra Galaxy S21/S21+/S21 Ultra Galaxy S21 FE Galaxy A72 Galaxy A53 5G Galaxy A52/A52 5G/A52s 5G Galaxy A33 5G Galaxy A14/A14 5G Galaxy M53 5G Galaxy M33 5G Galaxy XCover 6 Pro However, Galaxy A23 5G, A13/13 5G, A04s, M23 5G, and M13 owners will need to wait until January 2024 for the update.

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Xiaomi, OnePlus, Motorola, Nothing… and their update timelines Our colleagues at Engadget report that Motorola will start rolling out Android 14 from early next year. Eligible models include Edge, Edge+, Edge 30 Fusion, and the 2023 variants of Razr, Razr+, Moto G Power, Moto G Stylus, and Moto G Stylus 5G.

OnePlus’ OxygenOS 14, the company’s new Android skin, has already been launched in India on selected models (OnePlus 10T and OnePlus 11R). However, the company hasn’t yet revealed a comprehensive list of devices due for the update, though it’s likely the OnePlus 8T will be included.

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Nothing has initiated the beta rollout of NothingOS 2.5, based on Android 14. Users of Nothing Phone (2) will soon be able to install the stable OS version, while Nothing Phone (1) users can expect an open beta by year-end.

Xiaomi was quick to introduce MIUI 14 on its Xiaomi 13/Xiaomi 13 Pro and Xiaomi 12 shortly after Android 14’s debut. Older device owners must wait for further announcements from the Chinese manufacturer. Sony has already updated its Xperia 1 V to Android 14, but other Xperia models require patience.

Lastly, due to U.S. restrictions since 2019, Huawei smartphone users, unfortunately, won’t be able to access Android 14.

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