Google has reportedly delayed the release of Android 14, with the stable version now expected to appear on October 4, 2023. This is an unexpected turn of events. The next Android upgrade is being eagerly awaited by tech enthusiasts after being delayed from its initial September 5 release date. Here are some specifics.

At the Google Pixel 8 launch event on October 4, Android 14 might be made available to everyone.

Unexpectedly, Google has reportedly delayed the release of Android 14, with the stable version now expected to go on launch on October 4, 2023. Tech enthusiasts are eagerly expecting the latest Android upgrade, which was originally scheduled to be released on September 5.

The Android 14 stable release to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) was initially scheduled for early September, just before the American Labor Day holiday, according to well-known Android researcher Mishaal Rahman, who first raised notice to the delay. But for reasons that are still unknown, the release was delayed.

After the August 23 release of Android 14 Beta 5, the release schedule unexpectedly changed. Since Android’s previous iterations often only required to reach Beta 4 before reaching platform stability, it was widely expected that the stable upgrade would arrive soon after Beta 5.

Although the precise reason for the delay is unknown, some believe that there might be problems with the operating system, which could have led to the unexpected release of Beta 5. As a result, the October 4 launch of Google’s planned Pixel 8 series and Pixel Watch 2 will now reportedly coincide with the release of Android 14 stable.

However, it’s important to keep in mind that Google can yet make the Android 14 AOSP version public before the October 4 event. The newest Android operating system’s release date has not yet been officially confirmed. As this story develops.

In addition, despite the fact that everyone is aware the Pixel 8 series will go on sale in India on October 4, Google has not yet made this announcement. The Pixel 4, Pixel 5, and Pixel 6 didn’t make it to India, but Google did introduce the Pixel 7 there. The tech the giant said that supply problems were to blame for the failure of the Pixel 6. Although we expect Google to deliver the Pixel 8 series to India, there have been no credible rumors to date. The Pixel 7 series’ sales results in India may potentially have an impact on the launch there.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai earlier disclosed that the company’s Pixel 7 series and Pixel 6 received a positive response in terms of sales. However, information on which markets may have strong sales statistics is lacking. Therefore, more information on this front won’t be available to the public for a few more weeks.

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