Google engineer: Android 2.3 is next major release

By Emil
Oct 22, 2010
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  1. An anonymous Google engineer recently responded to a user that was experiencing corporate Wi-Fi login issues on his Android phone, saying they would be fixed in version 2.3. "Yes, Android 2.3 is a 'major release,' and this patch will be available then," he or she wrote on the Google Code Android site under the Issues section (via Android Central).

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  2. BasiX12

    BasiX12 Newcomer, in training

    its good to see how well the people is adopting to Android in a good numbers of users, Google can say that Android is like the Linux of the smartphone but more easy to use
  3. demon123

    demon123 Newcomer, in training

    Android has indeed increased the capabilties of a mobile device and the newer versions would possible support never seen before useful and time saving apps :D great work!!
  4. uttaradhaka

    uttaradhaka Newcomer, in training Posts: 53

    The incremental upgrade in 2.3 would be a good step before the gingerbread release. Just shows Google's commitment of staying at the head of the field in the smartphone market.


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