Android 2.2 Froyo finally arrives for Motorola DEFY owners in the UK
For the better part of the last 2 months, US owners of the rugged style handset have been swimming with all the features commonly expected with the tasty frozen treat. Obviously, we find good old Adobe Flash support, the ability to install apps directly to a secondary storage medium (microSD card), and an overall improvement to the handset’s performance. In order to get in with the new update, owners will simply need to navigate to Motorola’s support site to download it.
Again, it’s always nice to see handsets graduating from Éclair to Froyo, but the next question is quite obvious – when will we see Gingerbread, or will it even come?
source: Motorola via Mobileburn
1. protozeloz posted on 15 Jun 2011, 12:26 0 0
XDA has some gingerblur leaks for the defy that they are working on... some dare to say will be ready by Q3 and its going to boost the performance even more.
here is one of the threads
2. josuearisty posted on 15 Jun 2011, 16:46 0 0
Devs are doing a very good job with DEFY and DX, maybe soon to D2 and DX2.