Official Gingerbread ROM for Galaxy S Leaked (Update: Screenshots!)
Yeah, we don’t like Samsung either, but you’ve got to give them credit on this one. It’s the first manufacturer of which we’re sure they’re working on a Gingerbread ROM for their Android 2.x devices. How do we know that? Well, it’s been leaked. This beta ROM proves that Samsung is working on Gingerbread for its Galaxy S line for real, and it seems pretty good for daily use as well. The only major issue is the failing Market (if you’re not rooted). However, as soon as you root the ROM, you’ll have access to the Market. So far there’s no sign of Touchwiz 4; but patience dear readers, it’ll probably be added before Sammy lets this thing loose to carriers. Check out all the cool features explained at the source link below.
UPDATE: There’s more screenshots after the break.
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