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Gingerbread 2.3 monday 12/6!!

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Default Gingerbread 2.3 monday 12/6!!

It was leaked in a blog over at Notion Ink.
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- 6th December is another big day for Android and you will find out how fast Notion Ink can work. (Eden is extremely compatible with 2.3)
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Is it??

Let's see ... just for 2 days waiting only
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Omg who the hell is still excited about this ****. Gingerbread is going to he such w huge disappointment. All it is going to be is a bunch of bug fixes and very minor features.
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true. i havent seen any evidence that this will be worth moving from a 2.2 rom at all. the stock launcher is still 100% balls, so no ones gonna use that over zeam, lp or adw. miui has (IMO) the best pull down menu, you can already get 'fancy' animations (bounce, flips etc etc) in roms.

what exactly will this add that's worth giving a crap about?

if it only came with an accelerated UI and nothing else, that would be huge, as huge as proper (i.e not the official) apps2sd.

so far it looks like it'll have new icons and that's about it. big whoop
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At this point, I think Google should just bite the bullet and have a Gingerbread conference, telling us the features and say that it's going to be released some point in the future.

It's lost it's shine now, people are starting to move on from the hype because they are sick of waiting and now it can be nothing other than a disappointment.
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As always, don't believe it until you got the OTA yourself. Just because some weirdo on Twitter or anybody else says so doesn't mean anything. And I totally agree with tommo123 and gibosn6594.
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I really don't understand what some of you are complaining about. There's never been a Google update that wasn't an improvement over the previous one in terms of performance, features, etc.

If you would like a pretty interface, do it yourself; new icons...again, do it yourself. That's the beauty and point of a dev phone like the N1.

If you want to be told what your phone should look like and act like, join the Cupertino crowd. Nothing wrong with that.
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