- Samsung has resumed its Android 14 rollout for more than 15 Galaxy devices, aiming to update most eligible models before the end of the year.
- Samsung has released a detailed Android 14 update roadmap for South Korea and Germany, with the latter featuring more devices.
- Many Galaxy devices including the Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy A53 5G, and others are scheduled to receive the Android 14 update before the end of 2023.
- The schedule for Android 14 updates may vary by market and may not be 100% accurate, so users are advised to check the Samsung Members app for the roadmap for their region.
Samsung’s Android 14 Rollout Back on Track
Samsung has released the Android 14 update for more than 15 Galaxy devices, with the exception of the Galaxy S23 series. The company aims to update most eligible Galaxy models to Android 14 before the end of the year.
Samsung Releases Detailed Android 14 Update Roadmap
Samsung has released a roadmap for its major Android OS updates, with schedules varying depending on the market. The company has released schedules for South Korea and Germany, with the latter featuring more devices.
Majority of Galaxy Devices to Receive Android 14-based One UI 6.0 Update
The vast majority of eligible Galaxy devices are scheduled to receive the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update before the end of 2023. Some devices may pick up the update earlier than others in certain markets, and the schedule may not be 100 percent accurate.
Roadmap Available in the Samsung Members App
Samsung Members app will have the roadmap for your region, providing an idea of when a Samsung smartphone or tablet may receive Android 14. The company is expected to complete the rollout by February 2024 and will keep users posted on the rollouts.