Samsung Galaxy S owners can look forward to an OS update to Android 2.3.4 soon, it has been revealed, adding some sweet new features to the blockbuster smartie.
Evidence that the company is clearing the way for a system overhaul for its one-time flagship phone cropped up on Samfirmware, which has sourced an official firmware build of the latest iteration of Gingerbread for the handset.
Once Sammy is ready to make it available to the masses, users can look forward to a slew of performance optimisations for a faster and slicker smartphone experience.
More enticing, however, is the prospect of video and voice chat coming to Google Talk over 3G and Wi-Fi - features currently solely on offer with the Google Nexus S, which is the only handset rocking 2.3.4 right now.
The previous version of Android (2.3.3) began rolling out to network-branded Samsung Galaxy S kits in the UK back in April and is now available to download if you’re on O2, Vodafone and or Three.
Key supplementary features of this edition of Google’s OS are a revamped virtual keyboard and enhanced copy and paste.
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