Android 2.3, AKA Gingerbread, will be landing on Samsung Galaxy S handsets this month, Samsung has revealed.
Sammy’s plans to roll out the all-new version of Google’s smartphone platform to its flagship smartie imminently emerged courtesy of an update on the phone maker’s Romanian Facebook page. But before that happens, users will first be bumped to Android 2.2.1.
The post stated: "Here are some news about the upcoming upgrades to your Android running smartphones. The 2.2.1 upgrade for the Galaxy S will be available until March 20 and the Gingerbread update will roll out until the end of March.
"The Galaxy 3 will get the Froyo update in the coming week (14-20 March). The Galaxy 5 will get the Froyo update near the end of the month (sooner than March 31)."
When Gingerbread does hit it’s fair to say that users are in for something of a treat. New features it’s set to bring to the Galaxy S include a task killer for misbehaving apps and a revamped keyboard that’s faster and more intuitive to use.
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