Google Nexus S to get Android 2.3.4 over next few weeks – brings GTalk improvements

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Google has another surprise planned for it’s Nexus crowd, it comes by way of an update for the Nexus S which will be Android 2.3.4. The update not only has several bug fixes and improvements to the Gingerbread OS, but it specifically will now have video and voice chat within the Google Talk application and you’ll be able to make calls over a 3G or 4G data network (if your carrier supports it) or over Wi-Fi.

The update will be rolling out to all Google Nexus S owners over the next few weeks either by 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi over the air, and will make it’s way out to other Gingerbread devices soon thereafter.  Pretty cool indeed Google.

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[via engadget, google mobile blog]

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  • http://vegastechnut.wordpress.com/ AdamVM

    Sighs. All these great updates. And here I won’t likely even get Gingerbread on my phone. I’m not counting on Samsung to deliver Gingerbread to any phone other than their top of the line. Oh well, what can ya do?

  • http://talkandroid.com Adam Johnson

    This is COOL…how i hope someone get ahold of this, so it can be ported to other devices..ppssstt, my Evo :)

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