DROID DOES web site appears to predict Froyo upgrade for DROID X

DROID DOES web site appears to predict Froyo upgrade for DROID X
Some new information on the DROID DOES web site appears to predict that the DROID X is about to get the Android 2.2 upgrade. The page says that the DROID X is better with Android 2.2 and goes on to discuss some of the features that the software upgrade will bring to the phone. The three main improvements that are mentioned are the ability to use Flash Player 10.1 to play flash videos and animation, the option to get automatic software updates for downloaded apps, and an expanded screen rotation to 270 degrees. A list of "enhancements" is available by clicking this link.

Once the DROID X is downloaded with Android 2.2, Verizon will have completed the task of serving Froyo to all Motorola DROID owners. The original DROID recently received the upgrade in two parts, and the DROID 2 came out of the box pre-installed with the 2.2 build of Google's open source OS.

Motorola DROID X Specifications | Review

source: Verizon


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