Nexus One Gingerbread Update Due “Any Day Now”
Nexus One owners have been (im)patiently waiting for their beloved device to see Android 2.3 since early December. Announced with the Nexus S, Gingerbread was promised in the “coming weeks” for the previous pure Google device. After around a month and a half, those coming weeks have turned into “any day now”. ComputerWorld tells us today that an Android representative advises that the rollout should be starting soon. Today marks the two week window since Google last referenced the update, making it now weeks, plural. Sit tight, it’s coming! Would you rather be waiting on Android 2.2 for your phone?
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