It's been a long wait, but Samsung Captivate users can finally upgrade their device to Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).
Here are the benefits of updating your device, according to the Samsung page:
- Download management
- New layout for larger fonts
- Word prediction, multi-touch for numerical input
- One-touch word selection and copy/paste
- Fixed Top-menu in Gmail
- Voice Search added into the search categories
- Vertical play mode added to YouTube
- 3D graphic driver updates
- Additional Khronos standard such as OpenSL ES, EGL for better multimedia performance
- Concurrent Garbage Collector technology embedded to reduce lags in games
- Being able to show your face in public
Unfortunately, to get this update you'll still have to go through the dreaded Kies system, but Samsung has put step-by-step directions on their site. Hit up the source link for the instructions. For more info or to see how the update is going for others, please hit up our Samsung Captivate Forum.
Source: Samsung; Thanks, Bruce, and everyone else who sent this in!
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