The Android 2.3 a.k.a. Gingerbread source code has just been made available for everyone interested. Meanwhile the Google Nexus S Gingerbread has been ported to the Samsung I9000 Galaxy S.
And as the tradition goes, right after that Google made the Android 2.3 source code publicly available, allowing device manufacturers to start the work on installing the Gingerbread on new and existing mobile phones and tablets.
All the enthusiasts keen on making and modifying ROMs are now invited to taste Gingerbread too. So, the first custom Android 2.3 ROMs should show up pretty soon.
Oh, and there is more exciting news about the Android 2.3 a.k.a. Gingerbread: it has just made it to the Samsung I9000 Galaxy S. Of course, itís too soon to think of an official Gingerbread update, this is just an early unofficial port of the Nexus S software. Here is how is works on the Galaxy S:
The Samsung Galaxy S seems to enjoy having the Android 2.3 on board. It is snappy, transitions and animations are fluid. Well, at this early stage lots of things donít work (for instance, currently there is no network) but fixes are on the way.
And here is another, slightly shorter video demonstrating the Gingerbread-running Galaxy S.
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