Google revealed Android 14 earlier this year, and the new OS brings some exciting new features. So far, the company has released three beta versions of the OS and it is expected to release the stable version of Android 14 in August 2023. Brands including Nothing, OnePlus, Oppo and Vivo have already rolled out Android 14 in developer beta. Appearance to some of their devices.
However, Samsung is yet to roll out Android 14 (a UI 6.0) to its devices. If a news tip is to be believed, Android 14 beta will hit Samsung phones next month.
A UI 6.0 beta update could be released in July 2023 starting with the Galaxy S23
according to Tipster Dohyun Kim, Samsung will roll out the beta version of Android 14 (a UI 6.0) to its smartphones in mid-July. That means it will arrive just before the stable version of Android 14 is released from Google. Earlier too, the tech giant had kicked off beta programs for the new version of Android just a few days before the final release of the OS. So, the latest tip seems plausible. However, there is more to the story.
The Android 14-based One UI 6.0 beta update will reportedly hit the Galaxy S23 series first and then trickle down to other devices. The tipster also claims that the stable version of One UI 6.0 based on Android 14 will arrive in October 2023. It will first land on flagship smartphones (Galaxy S23, Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4) and then roll out to more. Affordable equipment from the company.
Although Samsung is taking its own sweet time to release a beta version of Android to its smartphones and tablets, the firmware is very stable compared to what other brands offer on their devices. Also, it comes with a new version of One UI customization that offers many new features compared to the previous skin, making it worth the wait.
We expect Samsung to roll out Android 14 to mid-range and low-end offerings as soon as Android 13 (a UI 5.0) is rolled out to those devices.