Saturday, December 11, 2010

Samsung Release a Gingerbread Update For Samsung galaxy S

Samsung will apparently release Android Operating System 2.3, also called Gingerbread, to the popular Samsung Samsung galaxy s smartphone.

Unwiredview reviews that Samsung Mobile India released 2 separate Twitter updates that say the update might be released for that Samsung galaxy s however , there are no exact details regarding when they will likely be rolled out.

Users in Eu countries are likely to get the update before everyone else. There is not a huge difference between Gingerbread and Froyo.

The former uses the Linux Kernel 2.6.35 versus 2.6.32 for Froyo. Gingerbread now supports NFC, SIP and will offer better power management also.

Android Gingerbread premiered last week along with the Nexus S; we suspect that other manufacturers may also announce Gingerbread updates in the coming weeks and also Gingerbread smartphones too.

LG however has now confirmed that it will not be upgrading its LG Optimus handsets to Android OS 2.3.

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