Samsung Galaxy Spica Getting Anroid 2.1 OS Upgrade

by on March 19, 2010
in Android, Gadgets




samsung Samsung has finally announced that they have upgraded Samsung Galaxy Spica to the latest Android 2.1 OS. The upgrade will be available in Europe by the end of this month and will be released in Asia afterwards. However, there is no news when the upgrade will reach other countries.

Users who already own Samsung Galaxy Spica can upgrade their phone’s firmware via PC Studio 7, a tool designed to upgrade Samung mobile software, as the update will be available for users to download and install. If you don’t have PC Studio 7, you can download it from Samsung’s official site.

Although I am not a huge fan of Samsung mobiles but for people who want to enjoy the Android 2.1 OS and don’t want to spend a lot of money, they can give Samsung Galaxy Spica a try.

Earlier, when all the other mobile manufacturers had announced the availability of Android 2.1 for their devices, Samsung was the only one left to release any official word on that.

[Via TechKnots]

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  • I bought Samsung Galaxy i7500 (Android 1.5 Cupcake) two weeks back and struggled a lot with that. Battery backup is very low and not able to manage. Since Samsung didn't announce for Android 2.1 upgrade, I've returned the mobile to the seller. Now I own Nokia N97 Mini. Cool..!!