LG Optimus 2X, which was launched in India a couple of days ago with Android version 2.2 Froyo (Frozen yogurt), will soon be getting its Android 2.3 Gingerbread upgrade in the month of May.
An official spokesperson of LG in India has confirmed this to The Mobile Indian. This rules out all the rumours that came up after the information about the Gingerbread upgrade appeared on LG’s Denmark support website which said that the Android upgrade will come to India in June — July 2011.
There is no information about when the upgrade will be available for devices globally though, but it is expected to start from next month itself.
This might be late when considering the global scenario, but keeping in mind the Indian launch it looks like Optimus 2X (LG P990) customers are in for an early treat.
Also considering the latest announcement by Nvidia about supporting Tegra devices through the products entire lifetime, LG Optimus 2X is surely turning out to be a great deal, especially for Indian customers.