Which Android Devices May Be The First To Come Preloaded With Android 14?

In July, the roadmap indicated that the platform is steadily reaching near-final builds for final testing with Android 14 beta 4 and 5 and that sometime after that, the stable release would follow. Going by Android 13 flashback, we are probably looking at an August or September release. In the meantime, here’s a question: Which Android devices will come preloaded with Android 14?

On May 10, 2023, Google expanded the Android 14 beta to select non-Pixel flagship devices from partner brands after Google I/O. The new OS is available for select devices launched by iQOO, Lenovo, Nothing, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Tecno, Vivo, and Xiaomi. These are the devices you can currently run the Android 14 beta on:

  • iQOO 11
  • Lenovo Tab Extreme
  • Nothing Phone 1
  • OnePlus 11
  • Oppo Find N2 Flip
  • Realme GT2 Pro
  • Tecno Camon 20 Series
  • Vivo X90 Pro
  • Xiaomi 13 Pro
  • Xiaomi 13
  • Xiaomi 12

All smartphone brands will also release Android 14 software for more devices. But the question is which device will be the first to come with preloaded Android 14. There is no definite answer, only speculations as to which phone will come with Android 14 pre-installed. 

Unfortunately, so are next year’s flagship smartphones, which means we may be waiting about seven to eight months from now for the first devices that have Android 14 pre-installed. These are the devices that may come with Android 14 pre-installed:

Android 14 Preloaded Devices: Expected

  • OnePlus 12
  • iQOO 12
  • Samsung Galaxy S24
  • Realme GT 5 
  • Xiaomi 14 Pro
  • Vivo X100
android 14 devices

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