Google Is Releasing Android 14 Tomorrow!

Google Is Releasing Android 14 Tomorrow!

Google delivered the primary Engineer Review rendition of Android 14 recently. After a progression of Designer Review and Public Beta deliveries, the organization was supposed to send off the steady variant of Android 14 last month. Be that as it may, the delivery was delayed, and the steady form of Android 14 could be sent off tomorrow.

Android 14 stable update to be delivered on October 4

The steady Android 14 update could send off tomorrow, agreeing with the Pixel send off occasion. This data was uncovered by Canadian transporter Telus (through Droid Life). The organization recorded that Android U (14) would be delivered to all Pixel telephones on October 4, 2023. Notwithstanding, subsequent to standing out enough to be noticed from the media, the transporter eliminated that data. Along these lines, this is definitely not an authority declaration yet, however everything appears to be affirmed and checks out.

Google is sending off the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Genius cell phones tomorrow during its occasion. It will likewise send off the Pixel Watch 2 and a few new tones for the Pixel Buds Genius. The Pixel 8 and the Pixel 8 Genius include more brilliant OLED screens, with the previous arriving at up to 2,000 nits and the last option contacting the 2,400 nits mark. They additionally highlight the new Tensor G3 processor, further developed cameras, and as long as 7 years of programming update support.

Samsung could deliver stable Android 14 (One UI 6.0) update in October

It was anticipated by some that Samsung could send off the steady rendition of One UI 6.0 around the same time or week as Google. Nonetheless, insider Ice Universe has asserted that Samsung is wanting to deliver the steady One UI 6.0 update toward the finish of October 2023. For reference, the South Korean firm has previously delivered five One UI 6.0 beta updates to the Universe S23 series, and after another beta delivery, the organization could deliver the steady update to its current-age World S series telephones.

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