Android 14 has been in testing for some time and is almost ready for release. it doesn’t have as many new features as it’s almost the same as Android 13, but it does make some nice improvements that should enhance your overall user experience.
In this article, we will tell you about Android 14 Release Date Announced you will get information about the new Android 14 features.
Release Date For The New Android 14
The Android 14 update will be made available to all Pixel devices starting with the Pixel 4a 5G on October 4, the same day that the Pixel 8 series launches.
According to the AOSP tree’s updates, Android 14 was originally scheduled for release on September 4 but has now been postponed to October. Here is a list of all Google devices that will get the update:
- Pixel 4a 5G
- Pixel 5 / Pixel 5a
- Pixel 6 / 6 Pro / 6a
- Pixel 7 / 7 Pro / 7a
- Pixel Fold
- Pixel Tablet
- Pixel 8 (Pre-installed Android 14)
The update should be made available to all Pixel devices on the same day. As for other OEMs like OnePlus and Samsung that had planned the release in the same month as Google, we’re not sure if Google has embargoed that release, in which case manufacturers would be forced to postpone the update to October.
Features of Android 14
Improved Battery Life: Google has worked hard to increase Android’s efficiency to lessen power consumption, though there is no standout feature at the moment.
Larger Fonts and Smarter Scaling:
Scaling fonts up to 200 percent is now possible in Android 14 and on Google’s Pixel phones, when compared to Android 13 it’s limit is upto 130 percent.
Notification Flashes: You can enable screen and camera flashes for incoming notifications in Android 14. Although this has long been a feature of other Android smartphones and iPhones, the operating system itself does not include it. You can activate either one, both, or both while also selecting the color of the flashing light on your display.
Better Support for Large Screens: Google offered assistance to developers looking to create apps that gracefully adjust to various screen sizes as the first feature it announced in the initial developer preview.
In this article we discussed Android 14 Release Date Announced. If you’re impatient, you can test out Android 14 by registering your Pixel for the Beta programme since the Beta has now reached platform stability and should be fairly stable. Having said that, it might be a good idea to hold off until Android 14 is released if you don’t want to run into any unknown bugs.