Is your phone getting an Android update?  Check out our overview

Is your phone getting an Android update? Check out our overview

Android 14 is rolling out to… Samsung Galaxy S23! As for the rest, it’s been a pretty bad week in terms of updates, but of course we’ve rounded them all up for you.

Read more after the announcement.

Overview of the Android security update for Week 44 – 2023

Planet robot Keeps you informed daily of receiving updates for smartphones. This usually concerns devices receiving a version update, for example if they are updated to Android 14.

Do you want to know when your phone will receive such an update? Then take a look at our Android 13 update overview. Here we keep a very precise record of which smartphones will receive the Android version update and when.

In addition to version updates, there are also security updates. It’s less exciting (because it doesn’t add any new features), but it’s no less important. Security updates ensure that your device stays safe by blocking malicious things like adware, malware, and other viruses. Manufacturers release security updates throughout the year. For completeness, we collect them in this overview.



My smartphone is not listed, what now?

No problem! It is very likely that your device is not on the list. Android updates roll out throughout the year, so perhaps they will be included in the next release.

Even if your smartphone is in the overview, you may still have to be patient. It usually takes a few days to a week for a new Android update to reach all versions.

Want to stay up to date on the next overview of Android updates? He follows Planet robot Then cross Official application, or subscribe to the newsletter. Of course you can us too Follow via Google News From social media: Twitter, Instagram in Facebook.

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Finally, we would like to thank our readers. We couldn’t have created this overview without your helpful tips. Speaking of which: Did you receive an update, but it’s not in the list? Please let us know in the comments below this article. We will then add the update as soon as possible.

Thanks for the tips Eric, George and Ralph!

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