UK owners of Samsung's Galaxy S smartphone will have to wait until November to get their hands on the Android 2.2 Froyo update, despite its being rolled it out to other markets this month.
"The Froyo upgrade will be available in the UK from early November, and we expect all operator versions to be available by the end of November," said Samsung UK Mobile in a Twitter post.
Android 2.2 will provide new features including voice-controlled GPS through Google Maps and Adobe's Flash Player 10.1.
The update promises faster performance thanks to general speed, memory and performance optimisations, increased Microsoft Exchange support and an improved application launcher with shortcuts to phone and browser apps.
The update will be available via Kies, Samsung's in-house software upgrade programme.
Samsung has shipped five million Galaxy S handsets, but users are bound to be frustrated as the HTC Desire and Nexus One phones have already been updated to the latest version of Android.
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