Samsung has officially announced that several of its smartphone models will be upgraded to Android 14 in the upcoming months. These devices include select handsets from the Galaxy S series, Z series, and A series, all of which will benefit from Samsung’s latest One UI 6 interface.
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It is anticipated that the list of smartphones eligible for the Android 14 update will grow in the following weeks.
Samsung has stated that the update will first be made available to the Galaxy S23 series, which is the flagship line of smartphones for 2023.
Furthermore, in addition to the Galaxy S23 series, the previous handsets from the company, including the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21 series, will also receive the Android 14 update with Samsung’s One UI 6 on top.
However, it should be noted that the Galaxy S20 lineup, which was released in 2020, will be the last models in the S-series to receive this update. This is because the Galaxy S10 series received its final Android OS update last year.
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Samsung has provided a comprehensive list of Galaxy Z-series smartphones that will be eligible for the Android 14 update. This list encompasses the 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 Flip, and the Galaxy Z Flip 5G. However, it is worth noting that the Galaxy Z Fold, which was released in 2019, will continue to operate on the Android 13-based One UI 5, according to Samsung’s official documentation.
Samsung will update its Galaxy Note 20 series, which represents their final Note-branded smartphones, to Android 14. Furthermore, the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A53 will also receive the latest One UI 6 update. However, it is important to mention that Samsung’s list of handsets set to receive the Android 14 update does not include the recently launched smartphones from their Galaxy M and Galaxy F series.
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