Intomobile’s trusted tipster has revealed that the next Android version, Android 2.3 or Gingerbread, is about to be released on November 11th. This will be the date when the SDK goes live, and possibly even a new device is launched (Google Nexus Two?). The giant gingerbread man on Google’s HQ is also one indication that we soon will see Android 2.3 released. ...

Samsung has sent out invites to a press event where they will unveil a new Android device. Samsung is currently the largest manufacturer with Android devices on the market, and could therefore be entitled to release the first device with Android 2.3, aka Gingerbread, on board. Additional information has yet to leak about this event. The only thing we know for now is that...

A large Gingerbread statue has arrived at Google HQ next to the previous Android statues (A frozen yoghurt statue for instance). This is a mark of an imminent release of the next Android version named Gingerbread. Yesterday we wrote that the version number for Gingerbread will be 2.3. Maybe we’ll see Gingerbread released to the Nexus One next week, let’s hope...

An anonymous Android project member has confirmed that Android 2.3 will be a major release. The image above is captured from Google Android’s support forum, specifically from Issue 8804 which focuses on an enterprise WiFi auth problem. I’d say this is Gingerbread’s version number, since a major release would mean that it can’t be Android 2.2.2....