Samsung Galaxy S widely sold across the country; Froyo Update is available finally

Samsung Galaxy S is a wonderful gadget that gains popularity with the passage of time.  A number of times we leaked information about Froyo updates for this phone and finally the first update of it is delivered by Samsung KIES desktop software. It is announced by the company that more than one millions of Galaxy S units are sold on the US market in less than two months.

We known that Samsung Galaxy S is recognized with different names based on its carriers. For AT&T customers it is Samsung Captivate i897 and for T-Mobile it is referred as Samsung Vibrant. The sprit sold it QWERTY version named as Samsung Epic 4G and in September you will get Samsung Fascinate via Verizon.

Although the name and carrier is different yet the specifications are same for all.  The Galaxy S model has featured with 4-inch Super AMOLED touchscreens on the front, 5MP autofocus cameras with 720p HD video at 30fps on the back and 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS, and Android 2.1 in-between.

Now we get only one update of Froyo for this Samsung model that comes directly from the company’s Kies software. Through this software need some final touches yet it will improves the OS a lot.

Want to get this update for your Galaxy S; just follow an easy guide demonstrated at

XDA developers forum. Before doing anything read each instruction carefully this helps you to get this update without any mistake.

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  2. […] simple and light.  On the back you will get the 5MP snapper and you will have it also with other Samsung Galaxy S mobile phones. The phone is loaded with a 1GHz Hummingbird CPU. A classy and stylish 4 inch AMOLED […]

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