Difference Between Android 2.3 Gingerbread and Android 2.3.2 Ota or Grh78c
The Android 2.3.2 (OTA) and the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) are both mobile operating systems, which are open source. In 2010, Android 2.3 was unveiled and in January 2011, it was released. It was the Android OTA version that featured the Google Maps 5.0. The new release version is called over the air. It is the 2.3.1 design and it is available for users of Google Nexus S. There may be a bug involved in this version may be a problem with the SMS, but nothing official has been released at this moment.
The differences between the Android 2.3 also known as the Gingerbread and the Android 2.3.2 are the availability of space. Word has it that the Android 2.3.2 can most likely fix the bug, which are found in the earlier versions of Android. This bug is believed to be a SMS deficiency of some sort, whether or not this is true has not been confirmed or denied.