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Android 14 Is Being Released By Google Tomorrow!

Earlier this year, Google published the first Developer Preview of Android 14. The business was supposed to release the stable version of Android 14 last month after a succession of Developer Preview and Public Beta releases. The release was delayed, but tomorrow might see the debut of Android 14’s stable version.

The stable version of Android 14 will be released on October 4

Tomorrow, in conjunction with the Pixel launch event, the stable Android 14 upgrade may be released. Telus, a Canadian wireless provider, made this information public (via Droid Life). The company stated that all Pixel phones would receive Android U (14) on October 4, 2023. The airline, however, withdrew such information after receiving media notice. Therefore, while not yet a formal announcement, everything seems finalised and makes sense.

At its event tomorrow, Google will introduce the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro smartphones. Additionally, it will introduce the Pixel Watch 2 and a few new Pixel Buds Pro colour options. The OLED panels on the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro are brighter, with the former reaching up to 2,000 nits and the latter approaching 2,400 nits. They also come with an upgraded camera, the new Tensor G3 CPU, and up to 7 years of software update support.

In October, Samsung may roll out a stable version of Android 14 (One UI 6.0)

Some had speculated that Samsung would release the final iteration of One UI 6.0 the same day or week as Google. However, according to tipper Ice Universe, Samsung will roll out the stable One UI 6.0 upgrade by the end of October 2023. As a point of reference, the South Korean business has already delivered five One UI 6.0 beta upgrades to the Galaxy S23 series. Following the release of one more beta version, the company may deploy the stable update to its Galaxy S series handsets of the current generation.

In the detailed video below, we go over all the main One UI 6.0 additions and adjustments.

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