We’ve gotten enough reports in the past 10 or so minutes to believe that Samsung and Verizon are finally issuing the upgrade to Android 2.3 Gingerbread to the DROID Charge. It’s an over-the-air process and it may be staggered, meaning if you can’t get it right this moment you’ll be able to get it sometime soon. The forums are a-buzzin’ about the long-awaited update (one soul says it may have bricked their phone so be sure to check that out if you’re a bit cautious) so head on over to the DROID Charge section at AndroidForums.com to discuss it all. You’ll be looking for the version numbers below. [Thanks to Randall everyone who sent this in!]
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