Samsung Android 14: which Samsung phones have it and when will yours get it?

 Android 14 logo pasted onto a Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra screen.
Android 14 logo pasted onto a Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra screen.

Android 14 launched back on October 4, and while initially it was only available for the best Pixel phones, Samsung has been quick to start updating its handsets to Android 14 as well.

Now, a number of Samsung phones and tablets have this latest major Android update (along with Samsung’s One UI 6 tweaks), and many more are set to get it soon.

Below, you’ll find a list of the Samsung phones and tablets that already have Android 14, along with which ones are set to get it – and when. We’ve also included a brief overview of what changes and new features you can expect on your phone when Android 14 and One UI 6 lands.

What will Android 14 and One UI 6 bring to your phone?

Graphic displaying some of Android 14's business-focused security features
Graphic displaying some of Android 14's business-focused security features

Samsung’s take on Android 14 isn’t the same as Google’s, so the exact features you get differ a little. Highlights include major changes to the look and layout of the quick panel, the camera app, and other parts of the interface, with an aim of making things more intuitive, speeding up navigation, and giving you more control and customization options.


For example, the quick panel has a new layout with the most used options (such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth) sitting at the top, while lesser-used options like eye comfort now live at the bottom. As for customization, you can now more freely reposition the clock on the lock screen, and there are new camera and weather widgets available.

You can also set different lock screens for different activities, and there are new emoji designs, among other things.

Which Samsung phones have been updated to Android 14?

Samsung Galaxy S23 screen held at an angle
Samsung Galaxy S23 screen held at an angle

Samsung has rolled out Android 14 to a number of phones already, including high-profile handsets like the Samsung Galaxy S23, Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus, and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.

You can see these S series handsets in the table below, but note that in some cases the rollout is ongoing, so Android 14 may not be available everywhere. We’ve included what to our knowledge is the current availability, but if you think you should have Android 14 by now and don’t, just give it a few days.

Note also that if a phone has Android 14 anywhere, the update will probably be available globally soon. So the Android 14 update should come globally to all the phones in these charts before long.

Samsung's S line isn't the only premium line to have got some Android 14 love, as the company's best foldable phones – such as the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 – are also starting to get Android 14.

As well as some Galaxy S and Z models, you can also now get Android 14 on some more affordable Samsung handsets, including some in the A and M lines. The chart below details that availability.

Which Samsung phones will get Android 14?

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4

While quite a few of the best Samsung phones already have Android 14, many more are due to get it. We have a good idea of when too, because Samsung shared a roadmap through its Members app in Germany (via SamMobile).

We’re using this roadmap for the timeframes listed below, but it’s worth noting that they could be subject to change, and that presumably this is just when the Android 14 update will land in Germany. So it might arrive slightly earlier or later in other regions, but we’d expect it at around the same time everywhere.

When will Samsung tablets get Android 14?

Samsung isn’t just bringing Android 14 to phones, it’s also bringing the update to its tablets, and a few already have it. Those are as follows:

As for tablets still to get it, Samsung’s roadmap (linked above) lists the following:

Which Samsung phones won’t get Android 14?

Samsung Galaxy S20
Samsung Galaxy S20

Not all Samsung devices will get Android 14, and if your device isn't in any of the tables above then there's a high chance it won't.

That includes the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G.

As a general rule, any Samsung phone that's less than two years old should get Android 14 though, while flagship devices from 2021 onwards definitely will, because they're eligible for four years of updates.

There are also some A series models eligible for either three or four years of updates, but again, for the most part they will likely be in one of the tables above if they're going to get Android 14.