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Have You Received Android & Security Update For Your Smartphone?


This week, Google released many new features and improvements on its September 2023 Feature Drop update for Pixel devices, and few features will come with other Android-based smartphones. Apart from the Android’s Quarterly Feature Drop, the US tech giant also rolled out the Android 14 beta 5.3 update for Pixel smartphones with many fixes and improvements.

Besides the Android 14 beta 5.3 released, many smartphone brands are also busy with the testing of their UI along with the Android 14. Samsung released the One UI 6.0 Beta program for its mid-rangers smartphone, the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34. OnePlus released the OxygenOS 14 beta update for OnePlus 11, OnePlus 11R, and Nord 3 smartphones.

Moving on, Nothing also released the Android 14 beta build for Phone (2), which comes with lots of new features and improvements. Apart from the major update, a few brands, like Samsung iQOO, are rolling out the latest September 2023 Android security update, while some smartphone brands, including Realme, OnePlus, OPPO, and Xiaomi, are still releasing the August 2023 security patch.

On the flip side, rumors on the web that the Android 14 stable version may launch alongside the Pixel 8 launch event in the next month. Apart from the regular version of Android 14, OnePlus confirmed the launch date of OxygenOS 14, which will be set to launch on September 25. Now the question is whether that happened because the stable Android 14 is expected next month.

This article provides information about the Android 14 beta program, regular smartphone updates, and monthly security. Below, you can see the complete information on the updates.

Overview of Android 14 OS updates of the week and monthly security patches:

Samsung One UI 6.0 Beta Program:

Samsung One UI 5.1.1 Update:

Samsung September 2023 Update:

OnePlus OxygenOS Update:

Realme UI Update:

OPPO ColorOS Update:

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