Google made a number of announcements about the products and services that it is presently developing last night. The Android 14 Beta 2 began trickling out to all compatible Pixel smartphones shortly after the main address. We now have a comprehensive list of all the cellphones that are eligible for the update.
Several companies, like Asus, Nokia, and Xiaomi, have declared support for Android 14 beta, while others, including Xiaomi, OnePlus, and more, have not. We are aware that Samsung is testing the One UI 6.0, which is based on Android 14, internally and may be released on the stable channel before the end of the year.
The following is a list of all the gadgets that can now install Android 14 beta:
- Lenovo Tab Extreme
- Nothing Phone 1
- OnePlus 11
- Oppo Find N2 Flip
- Realme GT 2 Pro
- Tecno Camon 20
- Vivo X90 Pro
- Xiaomi 12T, Xiaomi 13, and Xiaomi 13 Pro
For those who are curious, there won’t be many cosmetic changes in Android 14. However, a lot of technical advancements and innovations powered by AI are to be expected. Additionally, although though the aesthetic changes will be minimal at best, you will still get some improvements, such as support for more precise theming.
By October, Android 14 should be available for all Pixel devices that are supported, with the other OEMs to follow. According to Samsung, the One UI 6.0 upgrade should be available sometime in November or December, and given Samsung’s past performance, the distribution will be quick.