Unlike other phone brands, Samsung has yet to release an early version of Android 14 for testing, leaving users eagerly awaiting the update to see when new features will be available to try.
While the other OEMs including Google, Xiaomi, and OnePlus have swiftly rolled out the latest Android 14 beta to their smartphones. Samsung adopted a different approach causing some frustration among its users.
The company is known for extensive customization of the Android experience through its One UI skin. This level of customization requires extra time and effort to adapt and optimize for new Android versions for their devices.
Moreover, the company has already started testing Android 14 based on One UI 6.0 update internally. According to a report, the Korean tech giant has been testing the latest Android version on the Galaxy S23 series, Galaxy Z Flip4 and Z Fold 4 smartphones.
Samsung hasn’t yet clear the actual date of releasing the Android 14 beta for its users. It is expected that the company may push the beta version sometime in the next few weeks.
Additionally, the delayed release of Samsung’s Android 14 beta has users eagerly awaiting the opportunity to try out the latest Android version on their devices. Despite the wait, Samsung’s commitment to delivering a polished and stable software experience shows that the company is taking the necessary time to optimize Android 14 for its devices.
With a slew of new features and improvements coming soon, Samsung users can look forward to a very satisfying software update once the beta version becomes available.
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