The Samsung Galaxy S II which is not yet launched, might end up heading towards Sprint. Yes, the most awaited Android smartphone Samsung Galaxy S II has been found branded with Sprint logo in some of the recently leaked photographs by the folks over at This Is My Next.
Google made Android 3.0 Honeycomb fully optimising it for perfect use in tablets like the Motorolla Xoom, while we don’t know when Google may be rolling out an update for smartphones. Here in the meantime is an unofficial Gingerbread update for the Samsung Galaxy S which has been offered by XDA developers.
This release does however come from a leaked Samsung source where it has been given the TouchWiz 3, Swype capability and GPS navigation support and a functional Android Market.
Currently, Samsung Galaxy S comes cruising with Android 2.2 Froyo out of the box and if you’ve been eager for an update, you should check out this DIY upgrade.
Keen to pave the way forward for their popular Galaxy series family, Samsung has now made official that the latest Galaxy S II (S 2) and Galaxy Tab II will soon be arriving.
Google’s flagship smartphone – the Google Nexus S has been making rounds around the internet and recently it was caught at D: Dive Into Mobile conference where it reflected its complete Google experience.
The smartphone will come loaded with Android 2.3 i.e. Gingerbread, a very subtle User Interface and some amazingly powerful features like the very strong sounding near-field communication compatibility (hardware permitting — and this hardware does indeed permit).