Gingerbread SDK Released Earlier Today
People seem to be getting more and more anxious about the upcoming update for Android. The good people at Google have released the Gingerbread SDK for devs to start playing with it. Threads have erupted throughout XDA as people feel that XDA devs will get working roms for each device within hours of the announcement. There were even rumors earlier today that the Nexus One would be getting an OTA, but those turned out to be false. In either case, excitement is building up as devs have already started getting their hands dirty with this new OS. There were lots (and I do mean lots) of rumors surrounding this new installment, but many of these seem to be reserved for Honeycomb, which will be the next version of Android, rumored to be out sometime next year.
You can find discussions about Gingerbread here, here, and in several other places throughout the site.
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