[deleted post]and hey..i forgot to include, GSMArena's not at fault on saying that LG Optimus One P500 won't be getting Gingerbread update..its LG..
can you at least READ the ARTICLE and NOT ONLY READ the TITLE before you comment?
[deleted post]obviously you missed the part where the article said "...Except that it's not true and there is no such Gingerbread requirement and that was confirmed by the Android guru Dan Morill." Read carefully and analyze.
it simply how they make money from android, new android = new phone. android sheeps just happy treated like that.
How disappointing. Tis another time that Google turned down a good phone. So theyre like saying "Dont buy Optimus" and "We will jumpship to a new OS because Android is cr@p, maybe WP7 or Maemo."
Disapointing! Useless upgrade! poor hardware, Optimus one use froyo but cant install Flash player coz that processor and ram so poor! I dont want buy this phone!
here's hoping LG would make an apology , Fast!!! Optimus One needs the 2.3 update!!! :)
Anonymous, 08 Dec 2010I doubt any one actually cares. The current UK price is around £230 and that is not a ba... moreThe Orange San Francisco is a way better phone.
I only hope that Orange Romania will bring it with a good price.
Unfortunately, Orange Romania's prices are pretty high, the Orange Boston starts at 100+ euros... pretty expensive for what it offers.
So, if they do bring it in, it's probably going to cost even more...
While the Optimus One is 9 euros at Vodafone.
i think gsmarena is wrong about the title. I think it should be 'lg optimus one AND xperia x10 wont be getting gingerbread update' XD
I doubt any one actually cares. The current UK price is around £230 and that is not a bargain, especially when everyone is busy buying the orange san francisco at £99 (a phone which you seem to keep ignoring time and time again).
FYI HTC Wildfire is already ported Gingerbread [2.3]. Check out on youtube
Well, that's an "open" and even "open sourced" OS for you. Or is that a lie?
I always knew this 1Ghz requirement was just incorrect. I mean, if it had been true, it would have meant that only high end phones would have received future updates after Froyo. Although I'm not too hopeful that it'll come for my Galaxy 3 either..