Android 2.3.4 is available to download now for Google Nexus One owners on Vodafone, bringing some cool new features to the 14-month-old smartie.
The OS bump adds a revamped keyboard with copy and paste functionality to Google’s first-ever branded handset and ushers in a faster and simpler user interface.
To make for a smoother and more reliable smartphone experience, power management has been improved too. And there’s multiple camera management to look forward to, plus internet calling via SIP.
As is the way with over the air (OTA) updates, it’s a staggered rollout. That means you’ll have to bide your time until you get a notification telling you that your upgrade is ready for download.
However, we don’t think that’s too onerous. In fact, if anything, the software bump’s relatively timely arrival on the Nexus One compared to rivals' phones is yet another endorsement of the good sense of those of you who bought kit running vanilla Android.
That’s especially so in the light of the plight of HTC Desire owners who are still stuck on Android 2.2 for the foreseeable future, due to problems getting the newer versions of the OS to work with its Sense custom skin.
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