Despite the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone has only just been released to market in some countries, we already have some pleasing news for owners, or for those who are planning to pick one up. Samsung seems to have got their update schedule back on track, as they have released two speedy firmware updates for the handset.
While we can guess that there’s already quite a considerable amount of you who are already proud owners of a Galaxy S II handset, we have a feeling that most of you are still waiting in line for your relevant retailer or carrier to stock the device, as it has been in-demand ever since Samsung made the handset available for global launch earlier on this month.
For those of you who do have a handset already, you’ll want to download these two firmware updates. The first update will make the handset more responsive when using Swype text input, while the second update will tweak some system settings with relation to the automatic brightness on the handset, as reported from Android Community. Finally we’re also hearing that both updates will include improved connectivity as well, which is nice.
If you’re interested in downloading the updates, simply boot up your Samsung Kies software and follow the steps. Let us know if you have any problems related to the updates.