Google Android 2.3 or Gingerbread was released on Dec. 6, but this is good news only for those who own Android Froyo phones that will get an upgrade to Gingerbread.
Android 2.3 Gingerbread has finally been released on Samsung’s Nexus S smartphone. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to many because the Android operating system was demonstrated by Google’s chief executive officer Eric Schmidt on this very device during the Web 2.0 Summit around the mid-November. Also, on Dec. 6, there were reports splashed across the Web that anticipated the release of Gingerbread.
Samsung has had a good 2010. The company released its Galaxy S device bang on time on various platforms, and the phone became hugely popular. Unlike its rival LG, which entered the smartphone market late and now seems to be lagging behind in the tablet business as well, Samsung entered the tablet market with its GalaxyTab, which seemed to many people to be an iPad killer (another way of saying the product was good.) Now, the company is gearing up for 2011, and here we’ve listed a couple of its plans:
Samsung is about to release the Google Nexus Two, or Nexus S phone with T-Mobile in the United States.