Samsung Germany has apparently confirmed that the Galaxy S will get an Android 2.3 Gingerbread update in March 2011. The announcement comes today at an event in Frankfurt. The addumption is that the update would be slated for the international version of the Galaxy S.
According to PocketNow:
This information comes courtesy of an occasional gadget blogger who attended the event in Frankfurt, where Samsung has its European headquarters. According to the tweet he’s shared, the update will arrive next month, but apparently he wasn’t privy to any information that would narrow down that release window
We have to assume based on where this information was supposedly released that this date only refers to the European Galaxy S, and that we shouldn’t expect Gingerbread from all the US carrier-specific Galaxy S cousins in the same timeframe. Even in Europe, we may see a staggered delivery; expect phones which got Froyo first to also be first in line for Gingerbread.
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