Samsung's latest Android smartphone, the Galaxy S, is either already shipping (in Europe) or to be shipped soon (in North America) but unfortunately it's hitting the markets with the now pretty much outdated Android 2.1 only. And for sure, customers expect to get an upgrade to Google's recently officially release Android 2.2 version. Now, Samsung Mobile USA responded to this open issue via Twitter to let (potential) customers know, that: "Galaxy S phones will come with Android 2.1 and be upgradeable to Android 2.2 which will support Adobe Flash 10.1". Sounds good so far except the "be upgradable"; I would have expected a "will be upgraded (later)" tweet since this leaves everything open.
No question, it's somewhat certain that Samsung will release Android 2.2 upgrades for the Galaxy S smartphones and I have no doubts at all, especially because Samsung told me the same, but hey - you never know! There's a real difference between "be upgradeable" and "will be upgraded".
Cheers ~ Arne