Android 14 Beta 2 announced – features, eligible devices, and how to download

Android 14 Beta 2 announced – features, eligible devices, and how to download
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  • Google has announced the rollout of Android 14 Beta 2 at the I/O 2023.
  • The beta is now available to devices like the OnePlus 11 and the Vivo X90 series.
  • Here are the devices eligible to get the Android 14 beta 2.
Google yesterday held its annual developer conference, I/O 2023, unveiling a host of devices, including the Pixel Fold and the Pixel 7a. The company also showcased upcoming Android 14 features and design changes.

Google had released the Android 14 developer preview in February and started rolling out the first beta in April to selected Pixel devices. At the I/O 2023, Google released beta 2 and announced support for more smartphones and tablets.

Android 14 Beta 2 features

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The Android 14 Beta 2 brings several improvements, including camera and media, privacy and security, user interface, and more.

The update brings support for Ultra HDR images, new features in health connect, camera improvements, loss USB audio, new data sharing updates, and more.


Android 14 Beta 2 supported devices

  • OnePlus 11
  • Nothing phone (1)
  • Xiaomi 12T, Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro
  • iQOO 11
  • Vivo X90 series
  • Realme GT 2 Pro
  • Oppo Find N2 Flip
  • Lenovo Tab Extreme
  • Tecno Camon 20 series
  • Pixel 4a
  • Pixel 5 and 5a
  • Pixel 6 and 6 Pro
  • Pixel 6a
  • Pixel 7 and 7 Pro
  • Pixel 7a
  • Pixel Fold

How to download Android 14 Beta 2

The Android 14 Beta 2 is in its early stages and likely has a lot of bugs. Only experienced users are recommended to try the beta, or you use a secondary device to test it. We recommend you back up your data before trying out the beta.

You can visit Google’s website to download the beta for your smartphone. On the website, click on the page for your smartphone’s company and follow the instructions mentioned.


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