Word on the street and in the Android Central Forums is that the Samsung Transform is in the throes of receiving its Android 2.2 Froyo update, as was promised earlier this week. The upgrade to version EB28 also adds Swype, boosts Sprint Zone to version 2.5, and brings bug fixes in search, mobile hotspot, and Google sync issues.
What it apparently hasn't done is open up the phone to an official build of Adobe Flash Player. And that's not too surprising, given that the Transform isn't exactly the most powerful device on the block -- and also that it's not on Adobe's list of supported devices.
But, hey, having Froyo is better than not having Froyo, we suppose. More in the Android Central Forums. Thanks, mixmastrzzz!
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