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Motorola phones can now stay happy as it has been stated that Froyo will soon be released

The Motorola Unlocked  Droid (X) has been well received by the customers and indeed it has a lot of plus sides to it as compared to the draw backs. Probably the biggest plus of this phone is that it does not come with a very heavy custom UI which means that the updates for the Android will reach this phone much faster than other phones which have the infamous Sense UI which does get pretty heavy and entails that the Android 2.2 updates will be reaching these devices much later than the others. This according to us is pretty much what the case is as there have been cases where the owner of any HTC Sense enabled phone is not getting this update while a plain Android Nexus One has the Froyo. The EVO 4G however is probably the only phone on the Sense UI slated to get the Froyo. In this light, we have received news from sources that the Motorola Droid users will not have to bear the agony as it is to get the Android 2.2 as early as next week.

This will mean that the Droid can be used to experience the best of the Froyo features on the keyboard included handset. One of the most important features of the Froyo is the capability to support Flash 10.1 which means that there will be improved Java Script feature which entails that browsing the internet on your phone will be better than ever before. The microSD storage for apps gives the user pretty good flexibility to manage the memory on your phone. The update will mean that the phone can be totally revamped and one will feel as if they are getting a totally new device altogether. We will keep a track on when this will be pushed into the market especially by the service providers like Verizon.

One thought on “Motorola phones can now stay happy as it has been stated that Froyo will soon be released”

  • Teresa

    I believe Samsung is in the proecss of rolling out the Gingerbread (2.3) update now. You may be able to find a ROM online and flash your device, but that's going to be tricky and probably won't work to well. CyanogenMod, which is a popular custom ROM released for a lot of devices, isn't quite working on the Galaxy Tab yet.

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