By Joe Levi | December 20, 2010 7:09 PM
According to a post by @GoogleNexus, Google’s Nexus One will be getting its update to Android 2.3, Gingerbread, “within the coming weeks”. Additionally, they urge that we “Just hang tight!”
What’s more, the update will be an over-the-air (OTA) update, so downloading and installing via a desktop computer won’t be necessary.
All that having been said, the Google camp has officially thrown the gauntlet, challenging all custom ROM developers to release a final, stable Gingerbread ROM based on the AOSP source-code, before the official, OTA update from Google is released into the wild.
Which do you think will be released first, the official OTA from Google, or a custom ROM from the AOSP? If it’s the latter, will you wait for the official OTA from Google, or will you get the custom ROM?