The Samsung Galaxy is one of Samsung’s most popular handsets of all time. Not only is it running the great Android mobile OS from Google but it has recently been made known that Samsung has shipped over 1 million units in the United States.
Unfortunately, just like about every other device currently on the market the manufacturers have delayed the Android 2.2 roll out. While not giving an official confirmation as to what is causing the delay we can only assume that it has something to do with the TouchWiz UI that Samsung developed to lay over the Android platform.
Luckily, for those of you who have an international version of the phone, reports have surfaced today that say the official Android 2.2 update has leaked out. If, however, you have a Vibrant or Cpativate, you’re out of luck as this version is made specifically for the international versions, as I already mntioned.
A number of smartphones recently have had Android 2.2 builds leaked with all of them being Beta builds with a few things broken. You might want to take this in to consideration if deciding to test the leaked build.
It isn't clear when the official build will land, but we have head September as well as later this year. It all really depends on which Galaxy S model you have got and when your network gets it ready to be pushed out.
Of course, it’s expected that Samsung will roll out the update for the platform soon enough so for those who don’t like to break any rules...