More good news regarding upcoming Gingerbread updates today. There are now leaked unofficial OTA Gingerbread ROMs from Motorola for the Droid X, Droid 2, as well as what appears to be the official upcoming Gingerbread ROM for Samsung Galaxy S i9000 available for users to download.
I mentioned last week that there was word that Samsung may release a Gingerbread update to the international variant of the Galaxy S by the end of the month, and just a few days ago Sony Ericsson revealed that they were planning on updating the Xperia X10 to Gingerbread, even though they had earlier made statements that had the community believing Android 2.1 was the end of the road for the X10.
There was an earlier leak for the Galaxy S which had Gingerbread, but it was only 2.3.2. The new one is built on the latest version of Gingerbread, 2.3.3. The latest build for the Galaxy S international is rumored to be the version that should see limited release in the coming days in parts of Europe. Head over to XDA-Developers to get started on your journey of getting Gingerbread running on you i9000.
As for the Droid X and Droid 2, there were rumors about an upcominng update for the Droid X, but the inclusion of the Droid 2 was a surprise. MyDroidWorld leaked the unofficial ROM. Check out this link for instructions on how to install it, if you are so inclined.