Last week we reported that the Gingerbread update for the Samsung DROID Charge would be arriving in a week’s time and it looks like Verizon managed to keep its promise. It has been reported that the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update for the 4G LTE phone has started to roll out to DROID Charge owners today. So for those of you who haven’t loaded your DROID Charge with a custom ROM, be prepared to receive some Gingerbread goodness over the next few days.
In addition to the latest version of Android for phones (if you don’t count Ice Cream Sandwich), the update also brings features such as a new download manager, SD card encryption, a new color scheme and more. Of course, remember to backup your phone just in case anything does go wrong. You can never be too safe after all. If you’ve received the update, do let us know how it goes for you.
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