A Samsung, a leading manufacturer in the world market, wants to maintain momentum in one of the most important aspects in the user experience and enhancement of its products. At issue is the distribution of software updates, more specifically the system, now that Android 13 gradually arrives on their smartphones.
However, and despite being doing a noteworthy job in this distribution of the new Android, Samsung already says that it wants and can do even better.
Thus, for the next major distribution of Android, Android 14 from Google, currently in development, the South Korean technology wants to match Google itself.
Android 14 coming to Samsung Galaxy smartphones first?
The possibility is extremely welcome. Samsung claims that it will distribute the update to Android 14 more quickly, even faster than the current ongoing distribution of Google’s Android 13 system. For the user / consumer this is great news.
Now, if as a rule the first smartphones to receive system updates are Google’s own Pixel, in the near future the South Korean technology wants to approach this standard. That is, you want to be among the first to make the most important updates available as soon as possible.
At the moment, however, we always have to wait a few months for the new versions of Android to become available. Incidentally, as a rule between August and September of each year, until it reaches our smartphones.
However, Samsung’s focus is now on delivering these innovations quickly, even if you customize them with your own UI.
Streamline One UI customization and Android deployment
In 2022, Samsung was already one of the first to provide a stable and global version of its already customized user interface, based on Google’s Android 13. However, for 2023 it wants to overcome itself and deliver the next Android 14 even faster, possibly covered by One UI 6.
In a press release, Samsung now promises to “drastically reduce the update interval”. Here referring to the period between the announcement of Android 13 by Google and its arrival on the Galaxy Tab S8 and Galaxy S22, for example.
Also recently, the company also placed emphasis on the capabilities of the new processor Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 from Qualcomm.
In this way, the already fast response time in the configuration, programming, testing and availability of stable versions of your One UI will be even faster. The goal? Bring at least some of the new software first to Samsung Galaxy smartphones before they even make it to Google products.
In short, Samsung wants to shorten this gap of months between the presentation and availability of a new version of Google’s Android operating system and its effective arrival on Samsung Galaxy smartphones. To this end, the South Korean giant promises to invest whatever is necessary to better serve its customers.
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