The launch of the white version isn’t the only bit of news we have today about T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S II. A software update has started rolling out for this device, which brings with it an important new feature and a few bug fixes and performance improvements. This update is going to be available for both the white and black versions of the Galaxy S II.
The rollout will take place over-the-air and it’s going to be staggered. As such, it may be a few days before it reaches your particular device. You’ll also be able to install using a computer if you so wish, courtesy of Samsung’s Kies Mini desktop app. The Kies update will be downloadable starting tomorrow, December 15.
The update will make your Galaxy S II run Android 2.3.5, software version T989VUVKL1. It comes with Wi-Fi calling functionality, and enhancements to caller ID and battery reading. A few errors and force closes have been fixed too.
If you don’t have T-Mobile’s Galaxy S II, don’t fret — you can still pick it up on Amazon for $199!
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