We’re not sure how many of you have dumped your Galaxy Tabs for the bigger 10.1 Honeycomb-enabled sibling, but if you’re still rocking one you’ll be happy to know that Gingerbread is on its way. It’ll be build number EF17 and aside from bringing you up to 2.3, it brings support for HD Bluetooth. It’s said to be here July 5th so be sure to check as soon as Independence Day is over. [Sprint Feed]
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