Android 14 Beta 4 rolls out with Pixel Fold support


Android 14 was officially announced earlier in the year and Google has rolled out several betas for the update since. For those wondering about the progress of the update, you might be interested to learn that Google has since announced the availability of Android 14 Beta 4.

Based on Google’s timeline, it looks like this beta will be the final beta before the update is released to the public. When exactly that will take place remains to be seen, but given that Google typically releases its major Android updates towards the later part of the year, we can only assume that it should be on a similar trajectory for this year, assuming nothing goes wrong.

Also, another thing to note is that with this beta 4, Google has announced that the beta will be available for its new Pixel devices. This includes the recently released Pixel 7a, Pixel Tablet, and Google’s latest foldable handset, the Pixel Fold. This means that if you’re interested in taking part in the beta with your new Pixel phone or tablet, you can enroll for it here.

Keep in mind that this is a beta and there are bound to be bugs, app compatibility issues, and more, so maybe don’t use it as a daily driver unless you have a spare phone lying around that you can use as a backup in case something goes wrong.

Source: Google

Tyler Lee
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