If you happen to own a Galaxy S from Sprint, we bring you some good news. A new leak points toward Sprint delivering the Android 2.2 Froyo update to said handset (known as the Epic 4G) from December 26th onwards. So far, Sprint has been doing a pretty good job at offering the best software support for Android phones among all the other carriers, as they too were the first to deliver the Android 2.2 Froyo update for the HTC EVO 4G earlier this July. Currently, there are four different Epic 4G builds around (DI07, DI18, DG27, DK28), so it will definitely take a fair number of days for the update to be released. According to Sprint, most of the customers are running on the DI18 build. Of course, we need not go on and on about what Android 2.2 offers, but for the benefit of those who have been living under a coconut shell for months on end, the new update will feature the ability to install applications onto external memory, improved Bluetooth device support, Bluetooth voice dialing, Flash Player 10.1 and GPS enhancements.
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