Back in December, we reported
that the mid range LG Ally would be receiving its Android 2.2 upgrade in February. That forecast might turn out to be right on as a leaked .PDF file shows that the handset is about to get Android 2.2.05. With a processor clocked at 600MHz running the device, It is not known which of Froyo's features will be supported by the Ally. It is possible that the handset might not be able to run the Adobe Flash Player 10.1. which has required an 800MHz processor, except for the first-gen Motorola DROID.
According to the leaked document, among the features on the upgrade will be an improved security system including remote wipe and device lock. Long press the physical home key to switch back and forth among the last eight applications you've used. And verbal Bluetooth instructions are displayed and repeated to make sure that they are accurate.
Getting Android 2.2 is pretty much a sure thing for LG Ally owners. The bigger question is whether or not Adobe Flash can be shoehorned onto the device.
Verizon is telling LG Ally owners that their handset will get better with Android 2.2, but will the upgrade allow for Adobe Flash support?