That's a bugfix for the SMS incorrect recipient issue.
In fairness, for Nexus One owners, the whole Gingerbread build up has been WAY too long and badly managed PR-wise IMHO.
OK I can see how Google wanted to build hype about the Nexus S but it's been lousy for us.
has to be in feb ?
Reason i have this phone is that i wanted the 'Pure' Android Experience and was led to believe that OS updates would come to this handset first or pretty close to Release.. the only reason i can see for the delay is Google are having Problems with the update.. bugs etc.. the lack of communication from Google in this matter is dreadfull their customer support is Sh!te... coming in a few weeks since November is just Ridiculous.. selling my Nexus one in next week or two but wont be getting the Nexus S the Nexus one when it came out had the WoW factor the Nexus S just simply is not that much of a leap forward.. Bad move Google choosing samsung as your Device Manufacturer..
I love how it's sounds so certain up until it says "or early next week at the latest". Which could easily turn into "next few weeks" again. Pretty much implies it'll be out whenever Google decide to get the finger out??
If you believe the inquirer:
Not going getting my hopes up. Seen too many similar stories so far
Why are you all so excited? The only practical thing you will notice from 2.3 is a glow effect when you hit top/bottom of scrollbar. It has many under-the-hood things that allow developers to do stuff, but nothing for normal users.
It will take a few months for developers to use these new features and release new toys for you to play with, there is basically no advantage for you right now. You are NOT missing anything.
Just got the Gingerbread OTA update message now, 43.6MB. Says it will upgrade to 2.3.3.
Looks pretty god. UI has changed a nice bit.
Eh no it hasn't? There is a glow effect on slider, that's all I have noticed.
Looks more slick than the 2.2.2 in my opinion.
Don't be vague, say exactly what is different. I can only see the small glowy effect, nothing else has changed. As stated before, the major features are new developer features, not something you will notice until people release apps that take advantage.
-Bar at top there your network, battery icons are black now, the icons are also changed, look similar to those on sense.
-Notification drop down menu is no longer white
-browser/phone icons are coloured on bottom beside menu icon
-pressing power button shows screen switching off like old tv
-keyboard looks to be completely re-done
-menu's in general are darker, controls like radio buttons, tick boxes, progress spinners changed. looks more sharper.
-battery usage shows graphs
-copy and paste functionality is more user friendly