Pre-release versions for Android 14 they've been available for a few months now for those brave enough to try out their new features. But there is a sea problemish Android 14 it was only available for phones Pixel. Starting with this version, things have changed. Android 14 Beta 2 available for more smartphone models.
The second beta version of the Android 14 it's here now, and the biggest change isn't in the operating system itself, but in the devices it's available on. Google is making the update available on a number of devices made by several other companies. Specifically, if you own any of the following devices, you might want to give it a try Android 14 a few months before it was officially launched:
- Vivo X90 Pro
- Article 11
- Lenovo Tab Extreme
- Nothing Phone (1)
- OnePlus 11
- Realme GT2 Pro
- Xiaomi 13
- Xiaomi 13 Pro
- Xiaomi 12t
- Find N2 Flip
The new features Android 14 beta 2
The update itself brings some additional features and improvements that will surely be included in the final version of the Android 14. Among them, we have Health Connect, where the OS can store health and fitness data and share it between different apps and ecosystems, allowing you to choose which data is shared and which isn't.
We also have improvements to the backward prediction feature, image support HDR 10-bit built into the operating system, support for USB lossless audio and many other additions. You should definitely check out the full changelog if you're interested in trying this version, especially since the next beta will be the last beta to bring changes, as the OS is programmed to reach platform stability before the final release after Beta 4.
If you've tested the beta, be sure to check out this update. And if you're interested in trying it out for the first time, you can do so if you have a supported device — just keep in mind that this is a beta, and don't be surprised if you encounter prounpleasant blemishes.