Android 14 Beta 3 launched: Interesting features, supported list of phones

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Jun 9, 2023

Yesterday marked the launch of Android 14 Beta 3. In case you are wondering, Android 14 majorly focuses on privacy, security, performance, developer productivity and customisations. It aims towards improvement of the large screen devices like tablets, foldables and so on. 

Now let’s have a look at what all it has to offer.

Also Read: Google releases first beta version of Android 14

New features Android 14 Beta 3 is bringing in

Android 14 will allow you to scale your font to a huge size of up to 200%. People who have trouble with the eye and can’t see anything without their spectacles, for them it would be really helpful. 

Now, you can also give partial access of your media library to third party apps when they asks permission. So, in this way Android is trying to make your experience much more secure. 

Also, Google terms this Android version has reached ‘platform stability’ and it means that developer APIs and other app-facing behaviours won’t be able to change anymore until Android 14 is openly available in the market. 

Phones compatible with Android 14 Beta 3
As of now only selected Pixel devices are compatible with Android 14 Beta 3. They are as follows: 
Pixel 4A 5G
Pixel 5
Pixel 5A
Pixel 6
Pixel 6 Pro
Pixel 7
Pixel 7 Pro

These are the devices which are compatible with Android 14 Beta as of now. More will be added to this list. Also the newly launched Pixel 7A is supposed to join the list soon as well. 

What Google has to sayabout the Android 14 Beta 3

Google dropped a blog post today about the release of Android 14 Beta 3. They have mentioned that the testing version will help fix bugs. Also, there will be one more Beta version launch of Android 13 around July, after which the main version will be available in the market by the third quarter of the year. Google also notes how Android 14 will cater to large-screen devices as well.

Also Read: Want to try Android 14 Beta 2? Check full list of supported smartphones