Samsung Galaxy Tabs in UK are set to get upgrade to their OS
July 11th, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung Galaxy Tab, which was originally available on older version of Android Mobile Operating System, Android 2.2 (which is popularly known as Froyo), is now providing an upgrade for the Operating System to Android 2.3, which is popularly known as Gingerbread. Users of Galaxy Tabs through Sprint network in US, recently had this upgrade done over their Tabs, while rest of the world is still waiting for that to happen.

Samsung Galaxy Tab users in UK are going to get this upgrade (upgrading OS from Android 2.2 to Android 2.3) in few weeks.

This does not mean that all Samsung Galaxy Tab users will get this update in one go in few weeks. As per sources from Samsung, Galaxy Tabs without any kind of contract (in other words not tied to any operator) will be getting this update within next weeks. They can do this by logging into their SKIES store. On other hand, those Galaxy Tabs on contract, which are tied to Mobile Network Operators, will get these updates through their Operator and they have to wait for update from their Operators for further information. Currently Samsung is working with them to plan this upgrade by August.

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