Recently, Google announced the new Android 14 Beta 2 for Pixel smartphones. Through this update, the users will be able to experience the best features of the upcoming OS.
Now, Google has announced the extension of the Android 14 Beta Program by making it available for non-Google eligible devices. The users of these smartphones will now be able to take part in the Android 14 Beta program and enjoy the latest features. I
n this guide, you will get to know about the Android 14 Beta Update officially becoming available for non-Google eligible devices.
Google releases Android 14 Beta update for non-Google eligible devices
This new version of Android 14 will bring enhancements to the UI and new features of the Android smartphone. The Android 14 Beta program has become available for non-Google eligible devices from these OEMs –
Notably, Samsung isn’t participating in Google’s Android Beta Testing as it’ll instead be running the independent One UI beta program. Samsung Galaxy S23 Series and the upcoming Galaxy foldable will become the first ones to get access to the One UI 6.0 beta program. Here are the non-Google eligible devices that will get to Android 14 Beta update –
- OnePlus 11 – The Chinese OEM has started pushing the Android 14 beta for India, Europe, North America, and the global regions.
- Nothing Phone 1 – Nothing will be delivering the Android 14 beta update for Nothing Phone 1.
- Oppo N2 Flip – Oppo No2 Flip phone users can easily sign up and get the first Android 14 beta through the official website.
- Vivo X90 Pro – Vivo users can download the new Android 14 Beta build by going to the beta page of the Vivo website.
- Lenovo Tab Extreme – Download and install the latest Android 14 build on the Lenovo Tab Extreme using the installation instructions mentioned on the official developer website.
Other eligible devices to get this update include –
- Tecno Camon 20 Series
- iQOO 11
- Xiaomi 12T
- Xiaomi 13
- Xiaomi 13 Pro