Samsung Galaxy S i9000 owners may have been frustrated with the slow roll-out of Android 2.2 updates, but it looks like they’ll be among the first to receive 2.3 Gingerbread updates. The Samsung Galaxy S will be one of the first phones to officially receive the Gingerbread update with the other 2 phones before it being the flagship Google phones.
According to SmartDroid.de and Twitter user Frank Feil, someone at Samsung Germany declared that the Galaxy S i9000 would get Android 2.3 starting March. Of course the update will be for the international version of the Galaxy S and US owners will need to wait a little longer as the carriers get their act together. Nevertheless, its reassuring to know that Samsung won’t be neglecting the current Galaxy S lineup for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S2 phones.
However it is not confirmed yet that which country would be getting Samsung Galaxy S Android 2.3 Gingerbread update but chances are that it will be US and Germany who will first taste Android Gingerbread on their devices.
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