Samsung Galaxy S Will Get The Android 2.3 Update

Earlier this week, Google launched the latest version if its Android Operating System. Most of the Android smartphone users are eagerly waiting for the Gingerbread update on their device, but Samsung Galaxy S owners has a reason to cheer. Samsung Mobile India recently tweeted that the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) update will be available for all the Galaxy S users. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S Will Get The Android 2.3 Update”

Nexus One Getting Gingerbread Update Already? Update – Not Yet

Google is said to be rolling out the Gingerbread update to Nexus One owners. This is definitely a great news for all the Nexus One owners who were eagerly waiting to try out the Google’s latest OS on their powerful smartphone.

Google recently announced its first Android 2.3 powered smartphone, the Nexus S. On the other hand, Google is said to be rolling out the Gingerbread update to Nexus One owners. According to the guys at Engadget, few Nexus One owners are reporting that they have already started receiving the the much awaited Android 2.3 update. This is definitely a great news for all the Nexus One owners who were eagerly waiting to try out the Google’s latest operating system on their powerful smartphone. Continue reading “Nexus One Getting Gingerbread Update Already? Update — Not Yet”

Google And Samsung Unveils Nexus S – The First Android 2.3 Smartphone

Google and Samsung finally announced their much awaited smartphone, the Nexus S. It is the world’s first handset to feature the latest Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) Operating System.


Google and Samsung finally announced their much awaited smartphone, the Nexus S. It is the world’s first handset to feature the latest Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) Operating System. Nexus S comes with a 4 inch WVGA SUPER AMOLED display, 5 megapixel camera with HD video recording and so on. Continue reading “Google And Samsung Unveils Nexus S – The First Android 2.3 Smartphone”

Sony Playstation phone aka Zeus leaked again [Video]

In the past few weeks, we talked a lot about the Sony Ericsson Playstation phone a.k.a Zeus, and we also saw some shots of it, and we heard that the phone will be launch officially this month. Now a video of the Playstation phone is rolling around the internet, and the video quality is very clear, in which we can see the SE Playstation phone clearly and almost in any angle. Continue reading “Sony Playstation phone aka Zeus leaked again [Video]”

Motorola Olympus leaked again, comes with MotoBlur

Recently, we saw the first leaked images of the Motorola Olympus, which is an Android powered phone and it’s reported that the phone comes with Nvidia Tegra 2, which is a dual-core processor chip. Continue reading “Motorola Olympus leaked again, comes with MotoBlur”

Andy Rubin to speak at D: Dive Into Mobile conference, Gingerbread announcement?

Android fans are dying to see the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), which we all know is around the corner, and Google will launch it officially in the coming weeks. As we saw Google CEO Eric Schmidt playing with the Nexus S during the Web 2.0 Summit, where he said that the 2.3 should be out in few weeks. Continue reading “Andy Rubin to speak at D: Dive Into Mobile conference, Gingerbread announcement?”

Google Nexus S Camera Samples Leaked

We know that the Google Nexus S is real, and Google and Samsung will officially launch the Nexus S soon. Google Nexus S will be the successor to Google Nexus One, and it will be the first phone to run Android 2.3 a.k.a Gingerbread. Words are on the street that T-Mobile USA will carry the Nexus S, and Google will launch it on Nov.14. Continue reading “Google Nexus S Camera Samples Leaked”

Google Nexus S Leaked Pics And Specs Emerge

Google Nexus S is rumored to feature a 4.5 inch flexible Super AMOLED display, Android 2.3 OS, Wi-Fi, 3G Connectivity, 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, MicroSD card slot and more.

Earlier today, Best Buy accidentally posted an advertisement of the rumored Google Nexus S smartphone for T-Mobile. Within few hours, Engadget confirmed that, the handset was real and shared a few pics of the device. Continue reading “Google Nexus S Leaked Pics And Specs Emerge”

Android 2.3 SDK launching on November 11th?

Android 2.3 is around the corner, and Google will launch it anytime now. Our friends over at IntoMobile are saying that Google will officially launch the Gingerbread SDK on November 11th, and now Adobe Flash Android app is also suggesting that “Please install the upcoming 11/9 update (ver. 10.1.105.x) to ensure that Flash Player loads properly with future OS updates.” So may be IntoMobile is right about it. Continue reading “Android 2.3 SDK launching on November 11th?”

Android 2.3 coming soon , as GingerBread man arrives !

The GingerBread man just arrived at the Google Headquarters in Mountain View according to a official video on the Android Developers account. The next major release of Android is expected to be Android 2.3 codenamed GingerBread. The software update must be coming soon as a new guest has arrived at the Google Plex. The features of the new Android version are still not known and we have only seen a leaked screenshot so far

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More than 55% Android users are on Android 2.1

Android OS is known as the one of the famous and the fastest growing operating system. Google has revealed some new fresh details about Android OS. The new Android fragmentation details shows that 55% devices are now running on Android 2.1. The main reason of this rapid growth is Droid X, EVO 4G, Samsung Galaxy S, and Motorola Droid. Only 3.3% devices are running on Android 2.2, and at the moment only Nexus One is running Android 2.2.

Still more than 40% devices are running Android 1.5 and 1.6, which contains devices like Motorola Cliq, Xperia X10, Xperia X10 Mini etc. I hope that latest Android build for these devices will be out soon, and then in next fragmentation chart, we will see only few devices running on Android 1.5 and 1.6.

New Android version is rumored to be out in Q4, which is known as Gingerbread or Android 2.3, then we will see some good, latest, and more devices running it.

Have a look on the graph after the break: