When the folks over at Samsung announced that its Galaxy S Android 2.3 update would be out by mid-April, they weren’t kidding. The Korean manufacturer started serving out to Galaxy S users from all over Europe the Android Gingerbread update on the night between April 15 and 16 – almost a literal compliance of their promise to release on mid-April. Since then, users of the Hummingbird-equipped handsets have already made the updates, according to reports that have started rolling in.
The rollout is relatively limited, considering that it’s limited to the Nordic countries, Germany, and Holland initially. It’s most likely, however, that Samsung will extend the release to the rest of Europe and the US in the near future. If you want, and if you’re lucky, you can try booting up your Kies updating software and hope that you’ll get it. As for the rest of the anticipating public, a bit more patience won’t hurt.
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