Can Pigs Fly? Gingerbread Lands on the Sony Xperia X10!
Remember when Sony told us that there was no need to update the Xperia X10 to Froyo because their skinned version of Eclair was superior to vanilla 2.2? We all know about the PR nightmare that followed. Luckily, it seems as if Sony has learned its lesson regarding Gingerbread.
Unfortunately for American users, however, it seems as if the AT&T-branded version may not be so lucky. (We all know what this author thinks of that particular carrier.) However, for those who have already gotten the OTA, today is surely a happy day.
As one overly excited source in XDA forum member kantk20111‘s thread puts it:
WE ARE GETTING UNCONFIRMED REPORTS THAT THE GINGERBREAD UPDATE IS ROLLING OUT IN SOME REGIONS. STAY TUNED FOR UPDATES
EDIT:IT HAS COME!!!
Continue on to the original thread to get in on the discussion and find out more about the specifics for your region!
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