Although we were expecting Android 2.2 (Froyo) on Samsung Galaxy S in September, it seems the software is early to the party, courtesy of a leak. This is a test firmware we’re talking about, version I9000XXJP1, available for download over here, if you want to try it at your own risk.


Keep in mind that this is test software and things can still go wrong, so you might be facing bugs while playing with it on your Galaxy S unit. Also, Flash support isn’t enabled in the web browser yet, but at least the firmware is stable and moves faster than Eclair.

It does have the disadvantage of slowing down when the handset is doing heavy multitasking, but that’s bound to be fixed soon. Waiting for the official update, folks?

[via GSM Arena]

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