Samsung has confirmed a list of smartphones that will get the Android 14 update in the coming months. The company’s latest One UI 6 interface, which is based on the latest version of Google’s Android operating system, will be rolled out for some Galaxy S series, Z series and A series handsets. Samsung provides up to four years of OS and five years of security patch updates for recent smartphone models. The list of smartphones receiving the Android 14 update is expected to expand in the coming weeks.
On Monday, the South Korean smartphone maker announced the public rollout of its One UI 6 update and described some of the new camera-related features coming to users’ smartphones, effectively confirming these. The handset will receive the update, According to Samsung, Galaxy S23 The series – the company’s flagship handset for 2023 – will be the first to receive the update.
Apart from the Galaxy S23 series smartphones, the company’s previous handsets like Galaxy S22 And Galaxy S21 The series will also receive the Android 14 update with Samsung’s One UI 6 on top. Galaxy S20 Released in 2020, the lineup will be the last S-series model to receive an update Galaxy S10 The series received its last Android OS update last year.
Samsung has also listed which Galaxy Z-series smartphones will be eligible to receive the Android 14 update. Contains galaxy z fold 5, galaxy z flip 5, galaxy z fold 4, galaxy z flip 4, galaxy z fold 3, galaxy z flip 3, Galaxy Z FlipAnd this Galaxy Z Flip 5G, According to Samsung’s listing, the Galaxy Z Fold launched in 2019 will run on Android 13-based One UI 5.
Apart from its flagship and foldable phones, Samsung will also update this galaxy note 20 Series – Ultimate Note-branded smartphones – up to Android 14 Galaxy A54 And Galaxy A53 According to Samsung, it will also get the latest One UI 6 update.
It is worth noting that several recently launched smartphones including Samsung’s Galaxy M and Galaxy F series are not a part of Samsung’s list of handsets that are going to receive the Android 14 update. This suggests that the list of phones to be updated to Android 14 will be expanded based on the regions where these smartphones are available, later.