With news that the Samsung Vibrant may start seeing Froyo roll out as early as Jan. 21, all eyes are on the other major U.S. carriers and their news (or lack of) about the Froyo update for the rest of the US Galaxy S line of phones. Sprint has come forward via Twitter and let everyone know they are still working closely with Samsung and will release Froyo for the Epic 4G once it meets the "rigorous testing criteria" it has for the popular handset.
Yes, I know everyone wants to hear words like "tomorrow" when we're talking Froyo for the Galaxy S, but since it has taken so long already, releasing a bug-filled update would be almost criminal. After the latest fiasco, I think we'll be seeing Froyo very, very soon.
Speaking of Froyo and Galaxy S phones, don't forget to join us tonight on a special edition of the Android Central Podcast, where we will be discussing the whole "Froyo on the U.S. Galaxy S phone mess" in depth, See you at 9 EST. [@sprint]
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