When Will Android 14 Arrive for Users: Release Timeline and Updates

Anticipate Android 14's imminent arrival after beta tests. Pixel users to get it first, followed by other popular brands. Stay tuned for updates.
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Android enthusiasts, the wait for Android 14 is almost over! Google embarked on testing Android 14 with developer preview builds back in February. As we eagerly anticipate the stable version, this article provides insights into when Android 14 will grace our devices.

Stay Informed with RealmeGuru. Google has been diligent in its approach. Since February, they’ve launched two Android 14 developer previews and five beta builds, excluding the incremental beta updates.

Key Points

  • Android 14 Soon: Stable version nearing release after developer tests.
  • Beta 5 Hint: Beta 5 release suggests imminent official launch.
  • Release Estimate: Android 14 expected by the end of August or early September.
  • Pixel Priority: Pixel users to get Android 14 first, followed by other brands.
  • Wider Reach: More devices, including Samsung and OnePlus, to receive Android 14 later.

With a focus on enhancing user experience, Google has taken significant strides by unveiling Beta 5, the final pre-release build. This iteration of Android 14 encompasses the ultimate SDK and NDK APIs alongside refined system behaviour for applications. This eagerly anticipated version is now available for feedback from both enthusiasts and regular users.

A Journey of Seven Months The Android 14 testing journey has spanned nearly seven months. The latest beta is widely considered the conclusive beta build. Google’s announcement on the Android Developers Blog confirms that the official release is imminent, set to arrive “only weeks away.”

Signs Pointing to the Finish Line Amidst the fifth beta’s unveiling, Google subtly hints at the forthcoming official release. In recent years, a trend has emerged with Google launching the public Android version approximately three to four weeks following the final beta’s debut.

Drawing from the Past Harking back to last year, Android 13 made its way to Pixel devices on August 15, 2023, nearly a month after the last Android 13 beta update announced on July 13, 2022. Translating this pattern, we can anticipate the official Android 14 version to grace our devices in the last week of August or before September 12. This educated guess stems from the release of the expected final beta 5 on August 10, 2023.

What’s Next? After its release, pixel users will be among the first to experience Android 14. Non-Pixel users will have a slightly longer wait ahead. As we progress through the year, Android 14 will gradually extend its reach to other popular devices. Brands like Samsung, OnePlus, Realme, Asus, Nokia, iQOO, Motorola, Oppo, Sharp, Sony, Tecno, vivo, Xiaomi, and more will join the Android 14 ecosystem.

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Vinayak Kashyap
Vinayak Kashyap

I have been employed in the Realme service centers for six years, holding a variety of technical positions from tech support to app testing. I began this website as a technical guide for myself, and it has since grown into what I hope is a valuable resource for everyone.

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