updated 11:40 am EDT, Fri July 8, 2011
Android 2.3.5 coming to Nexus S 4G, 2.3.4 leaked
The upcoming GRJ90 update to the Nexus S 4G written about yesterday and due for July 11 will also update the handset to Android 2.3.5, according to Droid-Life. The update will otherwise allow the secure element in the NFC chip to work, thus enabling Google Wallet functionality on the handset. Other changes the software will bring with it include a 4G Settings Widget, TTY Support, NI Push Support, and better Wi-Fi performance, speakerphone audio quality, 4G throughput and signal acquisition. The signal strength indicators get a new tune as well.
At the same time, an unofficial build of the Android 2.3.4 software has been leaked over on the MyDroidWorld forums for the Droid Charge. As it's unofficial, there are some issues with the software, including music streaming that may cut out and some market apps that won't show. Full instructions on how to perform the update are posted on the forums.
The update should bring Google Talk with video chat support to the handset, as it did with the Nexus S and Nexus S 4G.
Google Wallet on Nexus S 4G