As the highly anticipated Android 14 operating system remains in development, Google has expanded the list of compatible smartphones eligible for its beta version. However, it’s worth noting that as with any beta release, users may encounter some bugs and glitches along the way.
Fortunately, those with Google Pixel devices will have a bit of an easier time, as they were the first to gain access to the beta – even before Beta 2 was released. Stay ahead of the curve by getting your hands on the latest and greatest Android OS today.
If you’re feeling adventurous and want to explore the new features of Android 14 Beta 1, you can install it on the following smartphones (although keep in mind that this comes with the risk of potential data loss, and all risks are assumed by the user):
- OnePlus 11
- Oppo Find N2 Flip
- Vivo X90 Pro
- iQOO 11
- Nothing Phone 1
- Xiaomi 13 Pro
- Xiaomi 13
- Xiaomi 12T
- Lenovo Tab Extreme
- Tecno Camon 20
- Realme GT 2 Pro
Take note that these are the smartphones that are currently compatible with the beta version of Android 14. However, as with any beta software, it’s important to proceed with caution and back up your data before installation.
It’s worth noting that while Asus, Nokia, Sharp, and ZTE devices were able to participate in the Android 13 beta last year, they are not currently on the list of compatible devices for the Android 14 beta. It’s also important to mention that Samsung devices were not included in the Android 13 beta last year, and they are not on the list of compatible devices for the Android 14 beta either.
If you’re interested in installing the Android 14 beta on your compatible device, you can find detailed instructions on how to do so on Google’s official website.