The original Samsung Galaxy S resigned from the role of a flagship quite some time ago, but it's good to know that it's still getting good treatment by its maker. Samsung just started seeding the Android 2.3.5 update to the I9000 units in the UK, or at least to those of them who didn't already get it by the dark means of manually flashing one of the leaked ROMs.
The changelog includes a batch of bugfixes to the system apps, some performance tweaks and the stock Gingerbread glow when you reach the end of a list. The messaging app got some improvements as well and it should now launch and operate much faster.
Battery life should also see an improvement after the update as Samsung have done some work to optimize the power consumption of the smartphone.
The update is said to wipe your apps and data so you'd to well to back them up before starting. And don't forget to drop a line in the comments, saying how are you liking your Galaxy S after the update.