Samsung flagship phone Galaxy S and the first 7-inch tablet P1000 Galaxy Tab gets an Android update. Samsung announced the news yesterday that both the devices will get the latest Android OS v2.3 Gingerbread.
Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab are smart devices designed with 1 GHz application processors, giving users an intuitive, immersive and integrated mobile experience. Android Gingerbread features a better virtual keyboard, 3D graphics, a gyroscope and near field communications (NFC) which enables mobile payments with the proper applications. Now multimedia content will have a lower CPU consumption rate with an enhanced user experience.
Along with these two devices, Samsung announced the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) upgrade to Samsung GALAXY Ace, Galaxy Gio, Samsung Galaxy Fit and Samsung Galaxy Mini. Samsung will kick-start the Android upgrade program starting from UK and Nordic countries and will be rolled to European nations, North America, Southeast Asia, the Middle East Asia, Africa and to rest of the world accordingly.
Users can get the updated version via the device management software Samsung Kies. Kies is available for download at official Samsung website (www.samsung.com).
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