Here’s You Can Check When Android 14 Is Coming To Users

In February, Google started testing Android 14 with developer preview builds, and now, the stable version of Android 14 is almost here, but the public release is a few weeks away. Here in this article, you can check when Android 14 is coming for the users.

Since February, Google has released two Android 14 developer previews and five Android 14 beta builds, excluding the incremental beta. 

Google has taken a step towards this, Addresses Numerous Fixes by unveiling the final pre-release build, Beta 5. This latest version of Android 14, which includes the final SDK and NDK APIs and system behavior for apps, is now open to feedback from enthusiasts and regular users.  

It’s been almost seven months since Android 14 testing started. The latest beta is believed to be the final beta build; Google addresses everyone in the Android Developers Blog announcement that the official release is “only weeks away.”

 However, with the fifth beta, the American tech giant is hinting at an official release. On the other hand, for the past few years, we have seen Google releasing the public version of Android three to four weeks after the final beta.

Last year, Google released Android 13 for Pixel devices on August 15, 2023, almost a month after the last Android 13 beta update, which was announced on July 13, 2022. This means that Google may release the official version of Android 14 in the last week of August or before September 12, as the expected final beta 5 was released on August 10, 2023.

It is being rolled out to Pixel devices when Android 14 is released. Non-Pixel users will have to wait longer. Later this year, Android 14 will also roll out to more of your favorite devices from Samsung, OnePlus, Realme, Asus, Nokia, iQOO, Motorola, Oppo, Sharp, Sony, Tecno, vivo, Xiaomi, and more.

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