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European Samsung Galaxy S phones to taste Gingerbread in March

0. phoneArena 28 Feb 2011, 09:56 posted on

Take this report with a pinch of salt, but a German site is alleging that the European version of the Samsung Galaxy S...

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posted on 28 Feb 2011, 11:39

1. Rick (unregistered)


I would be happy with a Froyo upgrade for my Samsung Fascinate at this point. Still waiting...

posted on 28 Feb 2011, 15:46

2. cheetah2k (Posts: 804; Member since: 16 Jan 2011)


I would disagree with this speculation since the SGS II will only just be kicking off at the end of March.

I am putting money on a May-June release for Gingerbread on the original SGS to give the SGS II a good 3 month overlap and market penetration. Plus Samsung has to give insentive for people to buy the SGS II, and not many will want to jump across to a dual core phone that might be quicker, but esentially offers the same "experience" as the SGS.

It also makes sense that May/June will be the last "major" update for the SGS before hitting "end of life" status.

posted on 28 Feb 2011, 18:44

3. remixfa (Posts: 13903; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)


more than likely the SGS1 will be "sold out of stock" within a week to a few days of the sgs2 launch. Bargainers will still grab the more than capable and still top of the heap SGS on clearnance while people that like the newest tech will grab the SGS2.

I totally think they will hold off on the american 2.3 updates for the reason you mentioned though.

Of course, the "official" 2.3 leak for the i9000 just dropped today, so XDA will probably have a workin rom wilthin the week for the other variants. so screw waiting. :)

posted on 28 Feb 2011, 20:14

4. lucasjohny (Posts: 7; Member since: 10 Feb 2011)


leaked gingerbread rom already out XWJV1

http://www.multiupload.com/OH1LRZDN3N

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