Samsung Galaxy S23 Trifecta will acquire Android 14-Beta x OneUI 6.0 in July

Sohail Akhtar

Android 14 has entered the beta-testing phase, with an expected stable build release in August. Google has refined the update over the past few months to ensure a seamless user experience. Following tradition, the Pixel devices will likely be the first to receive the stable update, followed by Samsung Galaxy smartphones.

While Samsung is yet to announce an official beta program for its devices, rumors suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will be among the first to undergo the Android 14 beta testing. According to reports, Samsung has patiently waited for Google to give the Beta program the green light before commencing its own OneUI development. 

The company aims to surpass last year's One UI 5 rollout pace, with the beta update for One UI 6 expected to launch in the third week of July. The stable release of One UI 6 may also arrive earlier than in previous years, delighting Samsung enthusiasts.

In preparation for the forthcoming Samsung latest 5G mobile, the company has already begun updating its apps to support One UI 6.0, a promising sign that an official announcement for the beta program is imminent.

Other manufacturers are also gearing up for Android 14, with Oppo confirming the update for eleven smartphones, including the Find X5 Pro and Reno 8 Pro. Even Carl Pei’s startup, “Nothing,“ has joined the fray by making an Android 14 beta build available for its inaugural Phone 1.

The arena of smartphones is on the cusp of a monumental transformation with the imminent arrival of Android 14. As the beta program unfolds, users can expect enticing new features and improvements that will shape the future of Android devices.


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