The wait is over, Android 14 will start rolling out for the Galaxy S23 smartphone in October.
Start it! Samsung has started the Android 14 rollout for its Galaxy devices. First, there is internal distribution announcement, then the first user report came from Germany. First and foremost, beta program participants will receive the update, so it’s only 350MB in size.
First, it’s the Galaxy S23 series loss And that too had to wait. It is currently not possible to say when other Galaxy devices will be delivered. But we don’t necessarily expect long wait times. Along with the update, of course, the very comprehensive OneUI 6 update also comes to your device.
First there are updates for beta test participants, then it’s everyone else’s turn
Users who didn’t participate in the beta will likely have to wait a few hours or possibly even days. Such a rollout does not take place immediately for all device owners, but always proceeds in individual waves. So when in doubt, some patience is required.
Samsung is rolling out the update with the October 2023 security patch.
A few days ago Samsung released a comprehensive changelog for OneUI 6:
Samsung still has a lot of work to do
This year, Samsung was a bit slower than the competition as Xiaomi has been rolling out its Android 14 update for some top models for weeks. No manufacturer will offer as many different models as Samsung and no one can keep up with the age of the devices provided.
If you want to know some more details about Android 14, you can do so in this article.