OK, folks, now this could turn into a thing. Because tucked into Samsung's Open Source Resource Center this morning is ... Froyo source code ... for the Samsung Fascniate.
We'll let that sink in for a minute.
So what we've got is version ED01, with Android 2.2.1. Now, what can you do with it? If you're a normal Android user, you can sit back and wait for ROM developers to crank new stuff out -- this isn't something you can directly flash to your phone. No, that'll still have to come through Verizon, and hopefully this is an indication that we'll finally see something soon.
If you do want to check it out, head over to the source link and search for SCH-I500. Thanks, Daniel! More in the Samsung Fascinate Forums
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