Our hands were itching to try the leaked Gingerbread update for the Samsung Galaxy S and to give it a spin to see what's what. The update doesn't bring anything spectacular in terms of looks; only the notification bar has changed icons and looks, but the rest of its is basically the same old TouchWiz 3.0.
The new version of the Samsung custom launcher that will launch on the Galaxy S II is sadly unavailable here. At least you get the download center that Gingerbread brings. Plus the leaked ROM feels surprisingly bugless for a beta release.
We also ran a few benchmarks to see if it's noticeably faster than its Froyo-running twin brother. Here are the results:
Compared to a Froyo-powered Galaxy S, these results are obviously better, which is pretty good considering that this is not a final version of Gingerbread.
i got a samsung galaxcy from saudi arabia , what do i need to do to make it worh in south africa thanks
Can you please let me know from which side you have upgraded your Samsung Galaxy S? Thanks in advance...
it's been a while since the update was officially posted, but so far nothing came to my side. I'm living in Cyprus , which it's considered Europe. anyone have info when is going to come here? West Europe got the update, Middle East got it... The one'...