Samsung Galaxy S L (I9003) Android 2.3 Gingerbread Firmware Leaks

This month, a lot of firmware for different Galaxy branded handsets have leaked on the Internet, thanks to the folks over at SamFirmware.

Now, the SamFirmware guys have done it again, and managed to get their hands on a bunch of Android 2.3.3 firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S L. Apparently, one of the leaked firmware is based on Android 2.3.4, but sadly does not come with a video chat compatible version of Google Talk.

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The Samsung Galaxy S L is a toned down version of the Galaxy S, with an 4-inch S-LCD screen, an OMAP processor, PowerVR SGX530GPU, 512MB of RAM and 4GB of on-board storage. The handset is only available in select regions of the world including India and Russia. It is a pretty popular handset, and is one of the best mid-range Android handset available at the moment.

Now, Samsung Galaxy S L (I9003) owners, who flashed the firmware on their handset, are reporting an improved system performance and stability, along with a noticeable increase in battery life.

Galaxy S L owners, who are interested in flashing this ROM on their handset, should head over to this link to download the firmware.

12 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy S L (I9003) Android 2.3 Gingerbread Firmware Leaks”

  1. Hey guys go for official firmware update .. dont brick ur phones.. heard that there are lot of bugs in unofficial version.

    1. Hi all,

      The official gingerbread update is out for Galaxy SL. Update your sets via kies!!

      Cheers,

      Rakesh Goyal

  2. I had mailed samsung 2days back and they have told that there is no information with them about android update for I9003. I have the mails. So guys no other options but to wait. What annoys me is that Galaxy ACE and Galaxy S I9000 got 2.3 update but not I9003. That’s unfair.

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