After Samsung and Xiaomi, the next manufacturers are starting to roll out the new Android 14 update.
It’s also rolling out to Sony now, making it one of the first manufacturers to offer Android 14 to its smartphones. Nowadays, distribution for Android 14 is starting
These include the optimized Bokeh mode, which is now also available on the Xperia 1 V after its successful launch on the Xperia 5 V, as well as the Video Creator app, which was made available in a recently released update.
With the new, improved Bokeh mode, portrait photo quality is closer to that of a professional camera. De-sharpening the background emphasizes the subject – creating beautiful images with an artistic touch. Bokeh mode is also available for 24mm and 48mm focal length camera lenses.
Sony hasn’t revealed exactly when the update will arrive in Germany, but a look at German forums suggests it’s likely already rolling out to users in the country. Unfortunately, no details about other devices have been released yet.
It’s new with Android 14
Android 14 is another update that brings a lot of improvements that aren’t immediately obvious. These include an optimized back gesture, Health Connect will be permanently integrated, 64-bit will become the standard, improvements to background app management, the sharing menu will be integrated across apps, Pixel phones will have more AI functions, users can customize the lock screen more extensively. can, has more wallpaper functions, satellite SOS is supported, PIN entry is more secure, your smartphone can be used as a webcam and more.
Improvements have also been made here: for example, when it comes to accessing data via apps. The situation here is that media apps, for example, can no longer automatically view the entire gallery. Removable notifications are no longer allowed Drag and drop is getting more comprehensive, system settings are being updated, Ultra HDR for photos is coming, there are new volume settings, cross-device copy and paste, and the end of the task killer app.