Samsung Mobile's U.K. Twitter account confirmed late last week that Android 2.2 is rolling out to the Galaxy S handset. According to the tweet, the long-awaited Froyo update will hit "everyone" by the end of November.
Assuming that "everyone" includes only U.K. residents, we have to ask when other countries and carriers will see a similar update to their respective phones. The Galaxy S is available in top carriers.100 countries including the United States where it has been uniquely branded by the
The T-Mobile Vibrant version should be a more usable update, since the Sprint build is unstable and lacks phone radio support. I would anticipate that Samsung wants to roll Froyo out as evenly as possible in an effort maintain the image associated with the Galaxy S brand. Let's hope this happens sooner rather than later, as consumers are going to start asking about Gingerbreadnow.