We've been expecting the rollout of Android 2.2 Froyo for Canadian Samsung Galaxy S users since the previous acknowledgment from Samsung. Now, we've been getting a ton of emails saying that it's currently available to Bell Mobility users but seemingly not all as folks are getting mixed result when checking for updates. Worst case, you'll have to wait a few more days to get it. Best case of course, being that it'll be available and you can get your Froyo on. You'll need to to visit here and download Keis to load up Android 2.2 but that's minor. Screenshot of Keis running the update can be found after the break. Thanks, Pej, for the pics and everyone else for letting us know!
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