List of Asus Phones eligible for Android 14 Update

It’s that time of the year when Android users wait for the major Android software upgrade, this time is Android 14. Google had already released the new software for Pixel devices. And, Samsung recently pushed the stable update to its flagship-grade Galaxy S23 series.

If you are an Asus user, you might wonder when your phone will receive the Android 14 update or if your device is eligible for the next major Android update, read on to know all the details.

Last month, Asus kicked off the Android 14 beta testing for its high-end ZenFone 10 smartphone. Besides this, there’s no official information available yet.

The Taiwanese tech giant followed the same pattern with ZenFone 9 last year. However, the beta program was announced at the end of August.

This time, Google released Android 14 to the public in October and it took one week for Asus to announce the beta testing.

Asus has confirmed that the ZenFone 9 and ZenFone 10 will receive up to 4 years of security updates and 2 years of software updates, which simply means that both phones are eligible for the Android 14 update.

Talking about gaming phones, then the ROG Phone 6, ROG Phone 6D, and ROG Phone 7 series phones are eligible for the Android 14 software upgrade.

We can expect, Asus will officially confirm the eligible devices and also share the rollout timeline for these phones.

When it comes to rolling out major software upgrades, we can expect the ZenFone 10 will receive a stable build in December. The remaining phones are expected to get the update in the first and second quarters of 2024.

Here’s the list of Asus phones that will get Android 14 update.

  • ZenFone Number Series
    • ZenFone 9
    • ZenFone 10
  • ROG Phone Number
    • ROG Phone 6 / 6 Pro
    • ROG Phone 6D / 6D Ultimate
    • ROG Phone 7 / 7 Ultimate

In terms of features and changes, Android 14 is a big upgrade, it comes with a bunch of amazing features, such as customizable lock screens, better support for Monochrome themes, battery life improvements, new accessibility tools, and more.

You can explore more about the Android 14 update.

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