Owners of the Samsung Galaxy S can now upgrade their smartphones to Android 2.2, or Froyo, which is available through an unofficial ROM or firmware update.
The update is said to be an actual test build of Android 2.2 operating system for the Samsung Galaxy S smartphone. But, the update comes with a warning that the users should install the ROM at their own risk as it still contains a few bugs such as crashes and freezing while browsing the web.
The Galaxy S comes with Android OS 2.1 rather than the Google’s latest Android operating system, Android 2.2. The test build of the official Android 2.2 for the Samsung Galaxy S has reportedly been leaked online.
Android 2.2 will bring many new features to the Galaxy S. Apart from increasing the performance of the smartphone, the new version will make it capable of running Adobe's Flash software.
The Galaxy S is one of the most popular Android-powered smartphones. It has a 4-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen, a 5MP camera, a 1GHz processor, TouchWiz user interface, 512MB RAM, a microSD memory card slot, a
3.5mm headphone jack plus GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth for connectivity.
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