For those not running a root phone with a custom ROM, getting your hands on the latest versions of Android can be tricky and agonizing. Although most Galaxy S phones around the world are recently getting their hands on Android 2.2 Froyo, the original Galaxy S i9000 is celebrating a leak of the official 2.3.3 Gingerbread.
Although likely not a final build, it’s reportedly very stable and performs much better than unofficial ports of Gingerbread. Head over to this thread on xda-developers for download links and instructions. And as always, flash at your own risk.
FYI: This is not for US versions of the Galaxy S, such as the Captivate and Vibrant.