Just yesterday the first builds of Froyo for the international Samsung Galaxy S (i9000) have leaked. And they’ve even been joined in the mean time by a new one (the flashing procedure remains the same, as described here).
Also, recently we’ve heard that the Korean version of the Galaxy S, the M110S, will get the official update to Froyo in early August, and that, in France, the Galaxy S will get Google’s latest and greatest mobile operating system in September.
Samsung UK have now stepped up and tweeted that September is indeed the month, at least for European Galaxy S updates. Near the end of September is when they expect to push the new OS version to their flagship smartphone’s users.
Interestingly, they say the update will be out then for all networks, which means that operator-customized versions of the phone won’t lag behind those sold unlocked and unbranded.
Pretty good news for those who bought their devices from one of the UK operators.
So there you have it. If you don’t want to install the leaked builds, you’ve got to wait another two months for all the Froyo goodies.
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