Google releases Gingerbread

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    Google releases Gingerbread



    Google has made an official post on the blog confirming Gingerbread which will slot in at version 2.3. You can download the SDK/NDK already at the following URL: Gingerbread SDK/NDK. Google is touting Gingerbread as the fastest version of Android yet and also lists the following improvements and refinements:

    • User Interface Refinements
    • NFC Support (Near-Field Communications)
    • New Keyboard & Text Selection Tool
    • Internet (VoIP/SIP) Calling
    • Improved Copy/Paste Functionality
    • Gyroscope Sensor Support


    For the complete list of highlights and more information, check out the following link: Gingerbread/Android 2.3 release.

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    Looks like they've also announced the Google Nexus S, which I guess is the replacement for the Nexus One. I suppose it's just a tweaked Galaxy S. Says that it will be available after Dec 16 either unlocked or with a T-Mo contact. Wonder how it'll work on ATT's network.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmgib View Post
    Looks like they've also announced the Google Nexus S, which I guess is the replacement for the Nexus One. I suppose it's just a tweaked Galaxy S. Says that it will be available after Dec 16 either unlocked or with a T-Mo contact. Wonder how it'll work on ATT's network.
    Calls and EDGE will work everywhere in the US. Aside from the front facing camera, I find the Captivate superior. The Captivate has Bluetooth 3.0, a metal back plate, and an external SD slot... while the Nexus S has Bluetooth 2.1, a completely plastic backplate, and NO external SD slot. Not having an external SD slot is major fail sauce. MAJOR.

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