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Samsung Galaxy S owners will be getting Android 2.2 any day now, pushed out to Samsung's PC software.

Says Samsung: "The Android 2.2 upgrade will be available from the [middle] of October 2010 in the Nordic region and gradually rolled out to other European markets, Southeast Asia, the Middle East Asia, North America, Africa and rest of the world."

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And, indeed, folk in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden have begun reporting on various Android forums that they have taken possession of the upgrade.

Benefits of which include voice controlled satnav, Adobe Flash Player 10.1, a new just-in-time compiler, pinch and zooming gestures for home screen and menu previews, MP4 video recording, speed improvements and a whole host of other tweaks. ®

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