Samsung Galaxy S, the electronic makers most successful Android device to date has received a firmware update which it truly deserves. Yup, that’s right folks Froyo update has been made available for Samsung’s high selling smartphone.

The update can become yours via Kies, Samsung’s unique in-house software upgrade program. In case you don’t have Kies, you can get it from the Samsung mobile website ( There are multiple reasons to be excited about this update Adobe Flash 10.1 support, faster performance and much more listed below:

  • Google MapsTM with Navigation: GPS navigation system with voice guidance
  • Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1: Allow the web browser to make full use of the whole web
  • Setup Wizard: Quickly customize the GALAXY S and access networks with ease
  • Home Screen/Menu Preview and Edit : Preview by pinch-zoom
  • Search in-Browser : Google™, Translate, Wikipedia, Dictionary

Here’s how the Froyo roll out has been planned:

The Android 2.2 upgrade will be available from the mid of October 2010 in the Nordic region and gradually rolled out to other European markets, Southeast Asia, the Middle East Asia, North America, Africa and rest of the world.

Do give us your feedback once you get Froyo up and running on your sexy looking Samsung Galaxy S.

[via Samsung]



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