T-Mobile has begun to roll out the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update to the T-Mobile G2. The G2 was released last October as the follow up to the phone that began it all, the T-Mobile G1. With it’s patented Z-Hinge the G2 was a hit among Android and Google loyalists who preferred to get a phone at the store rather than ordering a Nexus One.
The update that is available Over The Air, includes the upgrade to Gingerbread as well as some enhancements.
More after the break
Features and enhancements include:
- Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread)
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- Google Books added
- Notification bar color scheme is changed to black
- New battery indicator, phone, and web icons
- Color-coded network icon and signal indicator added. Green when connected to Google servers. Grey when not connected.
- Pressing the power key while on a call disables the proximity sensor
Fixed or improved issues:
- Wi-Fi calling improvements
- New SMS and email notification improvements
- Improvements to sending MMS from the Gallery
Source: Android Central