By Joe Levi | January 11, 2011 4:13 PM
According to one of our readers, Samsung’s Kies software (the desktop companion software for Galaxy S series phones) is now pushing out an update to Android 2.2.1 for unlocked versions of the Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000.
The update is reportedly little more than a bug-fix release which includes subtle changes to the music player and camera apps, as well as some changes in the settings area. More importantly, however, is the increase in speed across the entire device from startup to the general flow of the user-interface, which leads us to believe the problems with Samsung’s RFS filesystem may finally be solved.
Unfortunately, U.S. Galaxy S phones aren’t getting this update, so those of you with a Captivate, Fascinate, Vibrant, and Epic 4G are still out of luck for now.