The new Android 14 Beta is here, and that means we’re getting closer to the stable Android 14 release, which is set to come out next month. Many people are excited about this, especially those who own Google Pixel devices like the Pixel 4a 5G. These Pixel phones will be among the first to receive the official Android 14 update.
But it’s not just Pixel users who will benefit from Android 14. Other big companies like Samsung, OnePlus, and Xiaomi are also working on their own Android 14 Beta programs. This means that after Google releases Android 14 for Pixel, these manufacturers will likely follow suit and make the update available for their supported devices.
So, let’s take a look at which devices are expected to be compatible with Android 14 and when you can expect the update to roll out for different manufacturers.
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Google Pixel Devices
Good news for all you Google Pixel users! If you own a Google Pixel device, starting from the Pixel 4a 5G all the way up to the latest models like the Pixel 7, Pixel Fold, and Pixel Tablet, you can expect to receive the Android 14 update. That’s quite a range of devices!
Now, for those who may not be aware, Pixel devices come with a promise from Google. You get three years of major software updates, which means you can enjoy the latest and greatest Android versions for a good amount of time. Additionally, you also get two years of security patches to keep your device safe.
Nevertheless, there are some rumors going round, saying that Google might change things up starting with the Pixel 8 series. They’re talking about the possibility of extending the major software update support to a whopping 5 years! That’s longer than what most other manufacturers offer. So, if this rumor turns out to be true, Google could be setting a new standard, even beating Samsung, which currently provides 4 years of major updates. Exciting times for Pixel owners may be in the pipeline.
Pixel Devices Eligible For Android 14 Update
- Pixel 4a 5G
- Pixel 5
- Pixel 5a
- Pixel 6 / 6 Pro
- Pixel 6a
- Pixel 7 / 7 Pro
- Pixel 7a
- Pixel Fold
- Pixel Tablet
Google Pixel 4a users may however note that things may not go as they wished. This is because the Pixel 4a has already exhausted its update timeframe. Considering the fact that it was one of the best-selling budget smartphones of its time, Google may grant its users their last wish by given them one last update. Android 14 update on Google Pixel devices will begin as early as this month.
Samsung Galaxy Devices
Samsung has been impressing everyone with its commitment to software updates. They’re not wasting any time, and the next Android update is right around the corner, ready to arrive sooner than what most other manufacturers can offer.
In fact, Samsung is already in the final stages of testing the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 Beta on their supported smartphones. This means that Samsung flagship phone users can expect to see this update on their devices as early as this coming month or the next, which is October. It’s great news for Samsung users who are eager to get their hands on the latest Android features and improvements!
List Of Samsung Devices To Get Android 14 Update (S Series and Foldables)
- Galaxy S23 / S23+ / S23 Ultra
- Galaxy S22 / S22+ / S22 Ultra
- Galaxy S21 / S21+ / S21 Ultra
- Galaxy S21 FE
- Galaxy Z Fold 5 / Z Flip 5
- Galaxy Z Fold 4 / Z Flip 4
- Galaxy Z Fold 3 / Z Flip 3
Galaxy A Series To Get Android 14
- Galaxy A04
- Galaxy A13
- Galaxy A14
- Galaxy A23
- Galaxy A24
- Galaxy A33
- Galaxy A34
- Galaxy A52 / A52 5G / A52s
- Galaxy A53
- Galaxy A54
- Galaxy A72
- Galaxy A73
Samsung Galaxy F Series
- Galaxy F14 5G
- Galaxy F23
- Galaxy F54
Galaxy M Series
- Galaxy M23
- Galaxy M33
- Galaxy M53
- Galaxy M54
- Galaxy Xcover 6 Pro
Samsung Galaxy Tab Devices
- Galaxy Tab S9 / S9+ / S9 Ultra
- Galaxy Tab S8 / S8+ / S8 Ultra
Xiaomi is making a notable move by joining the Android 14 Beta program for some of its flagship devices. While Xiaomi hasn’t always been the fastest in delivering software updates, their participation in this program suggests they might be looking to improve in this area.
Now, here’s the exciting part – we have a list of Xiaomi devices that are expected to receive the Android 14 update. Keep in mind that this is not an official list from Xiaomi, but it’s based on the updates these devices have received in the past and Xiaomi’s promise of updates. So, if you own one of these Xiaomi phones, you could be in for a treat. The Android 14 update is anticipated to arrive on these devices in the next two months, bringing you the latest Android goodness.
Xiaomi Phones To Get Android 14
- Xiaomi 12 / 12 Pro / 12T / 12T Pro / 12S / 12S Pro / 12S Ultra / 12 Lite
- Xiaomi 13 / 13 Pro / 13 Ultra / 13 Lite
- Xiaomi Mix Fold 2
- Xiaomi Civi 1S / 2 / 3
- Xiaomi Pad 6 / 6 Pro
Redmi Phones Eligible For Android 14
- Redmi Note 11R / 11T Pro / 11T Pro+
- Redmi Note 12 / 12 Pro / 12 Pro+ / 12 Pro Speed / 12 S / 12 Turbo
- Redmi Note Discovery
- Redmi K40S
- Redmi K50 / K50 Pro / K50 Gaming / K50i / K50 Ultra
- Redmi K60 / K60E / K60 Pro
Poco Devices To Get Android 14
- POCO C51, C55
- POCO X4 5G / X4 GT
- POCO X5 / X5 Pro
- POCO F4 / F4 GT
- POCO F5 / F5 Pro
- POCO M4 / M5
OnePlus has a strong history of actively participating in Google’s Android Beta programs, starting from Android 9, and this year is no exception. The Chinese Phone maker has just made an exciting announcement that Android 14-based OxygenOS 14 will be available worldwide on September 25.
For those who can’t wait to get their hands on it, Android 14 Beta is already up and running on OnePlus 11. The stable version of Android 14 should be arriving very soon, possibly even within this month. And the good news doesn’t stop there – OnePlus plans to roll out the stable Android 14 update to several devices in their lineup. So, if you own one of these OnePlus devices, get ready for some exciting changes and improvements!
OnePlus Devices Compatible With Android 14
- OnePlus 11 / 11R
- OnePlus 10T / 10 Pro / 10R
- OnePlus 9 / 9 Pro / 9RT
- OnePlus Nord 2T
- OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite
- OnePlus Nord N300 5G
- OnePlus Ace 2 / Ace Pro / Ace / Ace Racing
It’s a bit disappointing to hear that ASUS isn’t participating in the Android 14 Beta program this year. However, there’s still some good news for ASUS smartphone owners. ASUS typically provides two major Android updates for their devices, which means that all ASUS smartphones released last year and this year should eventually receive the Android 14 update.
Now, we don’t have the exact details about when ASUS will release Android 14 for their recent devices, but if we had to make an educated guess, it should be within the next couple of months. Here’s a list of ASUS smartphones that are expected to get the Android 14 update.
ASUS Devices Compatible With Android 14
- ASUS ROG Phone 7 / 7 Ultimate
- ASUS ROG Phone 6 / 6 Pro / 6D / 6D Ultimate
- ASUS Zenfone 9
- ASUS Zenfone 10
Vivo And IQOO Devices
Exciting news for Vivo and iQOO users! Both brands are actively participating in the Android 14 Beta program this year, and you can already experience it on the Vivo X90 Pro and iQOO 11. But that’s not all – there’s a list of devices from both Vivo and its sub-brand iQOO that are set to receive the Funtouch OS 14 based on the Android 14 update.
While the specific list of devices hasn’t been provided here, it’s great to know that many Vivo and iQOO users can look forward to enjoying the Android 14 update with the Funtouch OS 14 enhancements. Stay tuned for more information on when these updates will become available for your devices!
Vivo Devices To Get Android 14
- X90 / X90 Pro
- X80 / X80 Pro
- X70 Pro / X70 Pro+
- Y75 5G
- V25 / V25 Pro
- V23 / V23e 5G / V23 Pro
- T1 / T1 Pro / T1x
iQOO Smartphones To Get Android 14
- iQOO 11 / Pro
- iQOO 9 / 9 Pro / 9T / 9 SE
- iQOO 8 / 8 Pro / Neo 8
- iQOO 7 / Neo 7 / Neo 7 Pro
- iQOO Z7 / Z7x / Z7s
- iQOO Neo 6
- iQOO Z6 / Z6 Pro / Z6 Lite
Oppo has made a significant change in its update policy, and it is a great news for Oppo flagship smartphone owners. They now provide an impressive four years of major software updates, and this doesn’t just mean updates to their custom ColorOS but actual Android OS updates.
Now, while the specific list of Oppo devices set to receive Android 14 hasn’t been provided here, you can be confident that Oppo is committed to keeping their flagship devices up to date. If you own one of these Oppo flagships, you can look forward to getting the Android 14 update soon. Keep an eye out for more information on when it will be available for your device!
List Of Oppo Devices Eligible For Android 14
- Find N2 / N2 Flip
- Find X5 / X5 Pro
- Reno 9 / 9 Pro / 9 Pro+
- Reno 8 / 8 Pro
- Reno 7 / 7 Pro
- Reno 6 / 6 Pro
- Reno 8T / 8T 5G
- A1 / A1x
- K10 Series
- A58 5G
- F23 Series
- F21 Series
- F19 Series
Nothing, a company with a unique name, currently has two phones in its lineup, creatively named Phone (1) and Phone (2). While Android 14 Beta is already available for the first phone, unfortunately, the second phone doesn’t have a beta version just yet. This might be because the second phone was released fairly recently.
But don’t worry, it’s likely that Nothing will provide more information about Android 14 Beta for their Phone (2) in the near future. Stay tuned for updates from them!
Realme has been a bit secretive about their plans for Android 14 updates on their phones. However, we can make an educated guess based on the number of updates the brand typically promises.
Here’s a list of devices that are expected to receive the Realme UI 5.0 update based on Android 14:
- Realme GT Neo5 / GT Neo5 SE
- Realme GT3 / GT Neo 3 / GT Neo 3T
- Realme GT2 / GT2 Pro / GT2 Explorer Master / GT Neo 2T
- Realme GT 5G
- Realme 10 / 10S / 10 5G / 10 Pro / 10 Pro+ / 10T
- Realme 9 / 9 Pro / 9 Pro+
- Realme C33 2023 / C33 / C55 / C30s
- Realme V20 / V23 / V23i / V25
- Realme Q5 / Q5 Pro / Q5i
- Realme Narzo N55 / 50 5G / 50 Pro 5G
Keep an eye on Realme’s official announcements for more detailed information about when these updates will be coming to your specific device.
Motorola may not have had the best track record with Android updates in the past, but they’ve been quite active in releasing new phones recently. The good news is that many of these newer Motorola phones from last year and this year are expected to receive the Android 14 update.
It’s a positive step forward, and Motorola users can look forward to enjoying the latest Android features and improvements on their devices. Keep an eye out for announcements from Motorola regarding the specific devices that will be receiving the update.
- Motorola Razr 40 / Razr 40 Ultra
- Motorola Razr 2022
- Moto G13 / G14 / G23 / G53 / G73
- Motorola G Stylus 5G
- Motorola G Power 5G
- Motorola Edge 40 / 40 Pro
- Motorola Edge 30 / 30 Pro / 30 Ultra / 30 Neo / 30 Fusion
- Motorola Edge
- Motorola Defy 2
Android 14 New Features?
Android 14 may not introduce a dramatic visual overhaul, but it does come with some noteworthy changes that build upon the features available in Android 13 and 12. These improvements aim to make Android cleaner and more accessible. If you haven’t had a chance to read about the best Android 14 features, here are a few notable ones:
- Photo Picker
- Notification Flashes
- Camera and Battery Life Improvements
- Lockscreen Customizations
- Magic Compose
- Auto-confirm lock
- Separate Ring and Notification volume sliders
- Emoji Wallpapers. Generative AI and Cinematic Wallpapers.
- App Pairs
- New Find My Device enhancements.
- Forced Themed Icons