Speculation is mounting that Google will launch Android 2.3 Gingerbread on December 6, when project mastermind Andy Rubin is expected to take the stage at the "D: Dive Into Mobile" show in San Francisco. The prediction, says IntoMobile, fits in with Google CEO's Eric Schmidt's suggestion that Gingerbread would see a release in the next few weeks; Rubin's appearance will be three weeks from Schmidt's confirmation earlier this month.
Android 2.3 Gingerbread will roll out to the Google Nexus One initially, and then it will be up to individual manufacturers to put their development money where their mouths have been and deliver updates to their handsets. As we've seen with previous Android updates, however, the timescale for that will likely vary from weeks through to months.
[via Android Community]