Back in December, Google launched the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) operating system. Google also launched the Nexus S smartphone, which feature the latest version of the Android OS, but Google hasn’t released the Android 2.3 update for its first Nexus smartphone. Finally after waiting for 3 month, Google has rolled out the Android 2.3.3 update for its Nexus S and Nexus One users.
Google recently tweeted that,
Gingerbread (Android 2.3.3) update now rolling out to Nexus S and Nexus One. Be patient, may take a few weeks for OTA to complete.
The Android 2.3.3 update fixes some issues with Bluetooth, Graphics, Speech Recognition, Media APIs and NFC (Near Field Communication). Sadly, the NFC would not be available on Nexus One, since the device does not support NFC technology. The Android 2.3.3 update also solves the problem of random reboots on the Nexus S smartphone.
Nexus S users should note that, Facebook Contact Sync would not be available on the device after updating to Android 2.3.3. Don’t panic if your Nexus S or Nexus One hasn’t got the update yet. It may take some days or even some weeks for the update to be available on your device.