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Samsung Galaxy S is probably one of the most iconic Android smartphones out on the market and it’s easy to understand why the device was received great by the press as well as every user who went for one, Samsung Galaxy S gets Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread update.The Korean manufacturer’s Kies servers started serving up a fresh portion of Gingerbread to Galaxy S owners in parts of Europe and now reports are coming in of users successfully updating their Hummingbird-equipped handsets……….

 

 

Samsung has the 2.3.3 update for its Android smartphone released S Galaxy and this update is by select Samsung desktop program to download and also this update was expected for some time.The update does not seem to be rolled out to all users.Some tweaker users reported that they had the update, while others choose not under 2.3.3 can be downloaded for their Android phone. Did the update data on the device, but it may be advisable in some tweakers a backup and then perform a clean install. Android Gingerbread Update S Galaxy has long been expected and several versions were leaked on the Internet and install for the users who had retted. Now the update is also available to other users who have been waiting for the official version that Samsung itself provides.Android 2.3.3 is the latest version of Android. The Galaxy S is the first smartphone to get a major update to this version of the OS. Later, especially many HTC devices update. Below are the S and the Incredible Desire, Desire Desire Z and HD. These updates will follow later this spring.The update is not bare Android version 2.3.3 of Android as Google’s Galaxy at S-S variant is Nexus. Instead, Samsung TouchWiz his own skin and his applications were added to the firmware. The Galaxy S has a 4-inch Super AMOLED screen and runs on a Hummingbird Samsung processor, a single-core Cortex A8 core soc with a clock speed of 1GHz.Samsung Galaxy S was in over twenty varieties sold and more than ten million copies sold. The device is now a landmark in the short history of Android. The device came out with Android 2.1. Some foreign providers have versions for the update to Android 2.2 Froyo have not had.Samsung Galaxy S II is coming within a few months.

 

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