Three is lining up a firmware update for the Samsung Galaxy S2 to be pushed out in the next few days, raising hopes that owners of the Android could be in line for some major enhancements.
A tweet from Three in response to a customer enquiry has confirmed that a firmware update is due on the network soon. But when we contacted them for clarification, alas they weren’t able to tell us much more.
However, we’re guessing that it’ll be the Android Gingerbread XWKEY bump. And assuming we’re right, it’s a firmware update to be reckoned with and well worth nabbing once it’s cleared by Three’s network testers.
Along with performance optimisations for a smooth, faster smartphone experience, XWKEY brings more accurate GPS readings and a revamped camera app that addresses problems with the quality of images and eliminates the mysterious pink spots some users reported.
Better still, though, is that the update fixes the battery life issues that have too often blighted the Galaxy smartphone experience. Result.
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