We have some breaking news to bring you now, as it has been reported that the official update to the Samsung Galaxy S is finally starting to roll out for some countries. The question is though – do you have the update for not?
According to this report from SlashGear, the update is now live for Galaxy S owners in Norway, Denmark and Sweden, since the update is now showing up in the Samsung Kies software updater.
We’re not sure about users in the UK or US as of yet, but you can bet that Samsung will be rolling this out to everyone over the weekend.
Key changes include Adobe Flash 10.1 support, auto-updates to the Android Market, improved keyboard response, speed performance improvements, fixes to GPS app, Samsung Media Hub support, Improvements to Exchange features, .mp4 video recording, new gmail application, a new search widget and much more.
You’ll find the full list of changes so far over at Slashgear. The update is confirmed to be 138MB in size, let us know if you have received the notification or not.
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