The popular Samsung Galaxy S smartphone will receive the latest Gingerbread update according to Three's Twitter feed where a post mentions that the update is expected to come within the next couple of weeks but that they cannot yet confirm a date.
We saw Android OS 2.3.4 popping in our Google Analytics logs, aversion which was also powering the Sprint Nexus S 4G (the successor of the Nexus One and build by Samsung) towards the end of March 2011.
The Galaxy S, like the HTC Desire, can be purchased for as little as £18 per month on a two year contract on Talkmobile with 300 minutes, 1000 texts and an unlimited data allowance (subject to fair usage).
For those looking for an uber-cheap package, there's an 18-month contract with 100 minutes, 100 texts and unlimited data allowance for £20.42 per month (or just over £360 for the duration of the contract) via Buymobilephones.
Given that the phone itself costs around £320, it is a smashing deal. Unfortunately, the cheapest such deal from 3 was a £28 per month on a two year contract with 900 minutes, 5000 minutes and a mere 1GB data.
As for the phone, it is just like the Samsung Galaxy Tab but only smaller, with less onboard memory and a better camera. There's a 1GHz processor, 512MB RAM, a 4-inch WVGA AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, a 5-megapixel camera, HD video recording capabilities, DLNA support and weighing only 118g.