Samsung's Galaxy S II superphone didn't have many issues
to begin with, and we're hearing there's one fewer annoying quirk today -- Android Community
reports that a new firmware update (available via Kies) addresses the overzealous auto-brightness setting that continually irked us during testing. The i9100XWKE2 revision also apparently increases the responsiveness of the Swype software keyboard -- which is always a plus -- so unless this update also fries handsets
or something, it sounds like a desirable one.
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