Samsung has promised that its Android 14 update will be made available pretty soon. The smartphone giant has made significant changes to its software process, to ensure that several of its devices will have access to the latest Android version.
Furthermore, software support cycle has also risen, as the brand now offers up to 4 Android OS updates.
Samsung Mobile promises that its Android 14 update in 2023 will roll out to more devices faster.
Samsung’s first Android 13 update this year was released in October, 2 months after Google released Android 13 for its associates and phone makers.
Samsung Android 14 Update soon
This is an exciting news for users as they will actually see the Android 14-based OneUI 6.0 update roll out as quickly as one month after Google offers the new version in the market.
Samsung Mobile has shared this promise in its home market this week through a post, but it hasn’t given an exact timeline for when this update will be released, and how quickly can users expect that to happen.
Software management is an expensive proposition, something that HMD Global has highlighted during its process with Nokia Android phones. So, it is good to see a major brand refocus itself on the software front.
Samsung has been releasing the Android 13 update for its new and existing set of devices in the past few weeks. Its Fold and Galaxy S22 lineup is one of the first to get the new version, and after that, Samsung was occupied with updating its phones in India to support the 5G networks compatible in the country.
Samsung, Apple and Google are some of the brands that did not enable the 5G modem in India by default. But with the official launch of 5G networks in India, these companies are now being ordered to make them compatible with the select 5G bands that are operational in the country.
Samsung had talked about a mid-November timeline to activate 5G on its phones in India, and many devices have been getting this update in the past few days.
Samsung Electronics announced that Bixby and its Artificial Intelligence (AI) voice assistant, now supports Latin American Spanish as a language option. Latin American Spanish speaking Bixby users around the world now have the option to interact with their Samsung Galaxy devices in their local language, as Brazilian Portuguese was previously the only Latin American language supported by Bixby.
“When Samsung launched Bixby nearly five years ago, we committed to continue improving this intelligent platform with new technologies and key partners that enable more experiences,” said Young Jip Kim, EVP and Head of the Artificial Intelligence Team at the Mobile eXperience Business, Samsung Electronics.
“We are proud to bring Bixby to the millions of people who speak Latin American Spanish, joining the more than 200 million1 people already using Bixby from nearly 400 million2 devices worldwide.”