One more handset runs Android 2.4, is it an improved Nexus S?
As we reported to you, this version of Android may be a minor Gingerbread update in the same way 2.1 updated Eclair 2.0, Ice Cream (Sandwich) or... a configuration error.
To make the mystery even bigger, this handset received both Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG certification and some European retailers are calling this handset a "Black Silver" Nexus S.
With all these leaked details, it's virtually certain that we'll have some kind of announcement for this Samsung GT-i0923 model very soon. What's your opinion on this interesting story?
source: FCC via Engadget and BestBoyZ
1. testman22 (Posts: 337; Member since: 03 Nov 2009)
i'm huge fan of android, but these updates and dessert OS rumors are getting out of hand. Barely anyone has 2.3, and a lot of people still dont have 2.2.
3. donzere88 (unregistered)
I agree with you. i am also a big android fan but this is the reason i miss iOS, the android updates are just not organized i mean some phones like my vibrant still has 2.1 while some people are running 2.3/2.4 is just ridiculous
2. yesman (unregistered)
4. maccmill (Posts: 67; Member since: 29 Oct 2010)
Thats why you don't get a bottom feeder android phone, or one with a ridiculous UI overlay like the touch wiz on the galaxy S phones. The closer your phone is to base android, and the better the specs, the faster you'll get your software updates.
5. Univice (Posts: 22; Member since: 15 Jun 2010)
I don't know if that's a photo of a real device or what but it doesn't look like a finished product. Look at the spelling of "number" they spelled "nummer". I haven't seen any misspellings like that in my galaxy s model.
7. Wardski (unregistered)
8. j-snika (unregistered)
did you notice that it says nexus s right under modellnummer