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Although nothing has been confirmed, Droid X can expect Android 2.2 Froyo in September

Good news for Droid X users as Verizon and Motorola are assumably planning to enable Android 2.2 Froyo OS on the new smartphones in a month. For the Unlocked  Motorola Milestone Android phone user, you are expected to get the official Froyo update soon enough. Thanks to a leak in one of their support forums, we now know that Droid X will be updated to Android 2.2 by September.

Here’s the story. All of a sudden a Motorola support forum addressing issues regarding Exchange 2003 on Droid X leaked that it’s hinting at a more concrete update for Froyo. This should get all those Droid X users out there, really charged up.

An issue faced by Droid X users using Exchange 2003 email is that they are receiving mails but the notifications are not present. With the upgrade to Android 2.2 in early September, this snag should be fixed.

No indication is available as of now regarding when Verizon will make the update to Android 2.2 available to its DX user through an OTA update, but it can surely be said that it’s going to happen within four weeks or so. But there is a slight possibility that this might turn out to be a hoax.

The update will make your Unlocked Droid (X) get along with the JIT compiler which will speed up the overall performance, this will allow a V8 JavaScript engine to reach web browsing speeds like Google Chrome-like on your smartphone. It will also be able to use the support of Adobe Flash 10.1, and automatically update your Android apps.

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