I haven’t used Android 13 yet! Android 14 is about to ride the face?
In the middle of this month, Google released a new generation of Android 13 official version system. At that time, we also briefly introduced it. According to everyone’s reaction, Android 13 has not received much attention at all.
In fact, our group of slightly more professional digital practitioners, they don’t pay much attention to major version updates. The reason is that domestic users, everyone perceives the customized Android system more, and It is not the most native underlying system of Android. In this case, whether Android has been updated, everyone will naturally not pay so much attention.
Android 14 is about to ride the face
But no matter what, major domestic mobile phone manufacturers will still adapt to major Android version updates. For example, yesterday OPPO officially released the new generation of the ColorOS 13 system, which is based on the latest Android 13 magic modification.
Although few models have been able to upgrade early adopters, Google has given a timetable for Android 14. According to the Android Beta page, the QPR (Quarterly Platform Releases) test of Android 13 was originally scheduled to end in June 2023, but it is now advanced to April next year.
It is worth noting that since Google no longer allows two major test versions to exist at the same time, this means that the first beta version of Android 14 will arrive in 4 next year, and the pace can be described as quite fast.
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Seeing this, do you think it’s a bit outrageous, even for some users who don’t pay much attention to the mobile phone version, they don’t even know what Android version their mobile phone is.
According to user data released by Google on the eve of the release of Android 13, Android 12 is only running on 13.3% of devices, ranking first is Android 11, which dropped from 28.3% in May to 27%, and Android 10 is not far behind. , accounting for 22.3%, followed by Android 9 at 14.5%.
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Judging from the above information, it can be said that it is difficult for Google to promote its own new version, but who cares? After all, since Android 4.4, I have been saying that the fluency should be comparable to that of Apple. As a result, Android 14 is now required. The problem of fragmentation of the Android version is still very serious. Otherwise, how can Apple sell better and better?