Samsung USA tweets that it is working to bring Froyo for the Galaxy S handsets ASAP
Samsung knows how upset the users of the Samsung Fascinate, Vibrant, Captivate and Epic 4G are that they haven't received their serving of Froyo yet, but are stuck with Android 2.1 instead. In a somewhat stealthy manner, it sent a tweet from its Samsung USA Twitter account, which assures US Galaxy S owners that an update is in the works and will be available "as soon as possible".
Hardly a comfort, but at least Sammy is providing feedback, and with 4 million Galaxy S phones sold in the US on four different carriers, it is surely a long undertaking for the manufacturer to negotiate with each and every of them what bloatware to include with the Froyo update exactly.
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