A few days back, Samsung published an Android 14 update calendar for Galaxy devices. Shared by a Community Manager, it was a detailed roadmap with exact One UI 6.0 release dates for all eligible models. Unsurprisingly, it got everyone excited, but the excitement was short-lived. The company has now removed that post, suggesting that the dates were inaccurate.

Samsung pulls back its seemingly inaccurate Android 14 update calendar

Samsung always releases a roadmap when pushing major Android OS updates to its devices. The roadmap usually comes after it begins the rollout. It was no different this time, with the Android 14 update calendar showing up on its community forums shortly after the Galaxy S23 series received the update. However, the calendar was unusual as it had precise release dates. It seemed a little inaccurate too.

According to the roadmap, the Galaxy A54 5G and Galaxy A34 5G should have received the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update on November 13, alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5. The Galaxy S22 series should have followed them yesterday, November 15. Of course, none of these phones have received the big update yet. The Galaxy S23 series remains the only lineup to make the jump.

We know that Samsung has delayed the Android 14 stable release for the latest flagships in some markets. Even if the same delay affected the release for other models, the roadmap appeared too good to be true. It suggested that the company would update all eligible models to the new Android version by the first week of December. On November 20, Samsung was supposed to push the update to nine models.

The Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy A53 5G, Galaxy A33 5G, and Galaxy A13 5G were all listed to receive One UI 6.0 next Monday. That’s too ambitious, to say the least. It turned out that way eventually, as Samsung has pulled back the calendar (via SamMobile). It will now have a relook at it and should come up with an updated and more accurate roadmap soon.

Samsung will share the roadmap on the Samsung Members app

Samsung’s Android roadmap will vary according to the region. That’s because it doesn’t sell all Galaxy models in every country. There are other factors too. If you are waiting for the Android 14 update on your Samsung device, watch out for your regional roadmap on the Samsung Members app. We will also keep you posted with all the latest information.

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