Android SmartPhones to be upgraded to Froyo Unveiled

| May 23, 2010
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Many companies have unveiled their plans for upgrading smartphones which are currently running an older version of Android OS with latest version of Android 2.2. Android 2.2 is the Google’s most recent release of most popular mobile operating system, which is also known as Froyo (Abbreviated as Frozen Yogurt). Froyo is the enhanced version of Android OS and promises more efficient and fast performance.

The high-tech smartphones that are due for Android 2.2 (Froyo) upgrade includes Google’s Nexus One, Motorola’s DROID and many mobile phones from HTC with HTC’s Droid Incredible at the top most priority.

Google is committed to upgrade its Nexus one mobile phone with Froyo sometime in June; While Motorola is also planning to upgrade Motorola DROID during the month of June.

Amongst all companies, HTC has more aggressive plans for upgrading to latest android version. According to an HTC’s spokesman, company will provide the upgrade for all its phones launched in 2010. The list includes company’s recent releases of Droid Incredible and Desire. As the intentions are pretty clear from HTC, its all upcoming models including EVO 4G and myTouch slide will also be running Froyo. Company has not disclosed any dates for these updates but ensures that we will announce the dates for upgrades at the appropriate time.

Currently there are over 60 Android phones available in the world, and according to market analysts and manufacturers almost 100 new models are expected to hit the markets by the year End.

The new Android 2.2 (Froyo) is featured with 5x faster functionalities as compared to Android 2.1, Synchronization, Application programming interface for developers, faster mobile web browser and more recently Adobe has also released its Flash Player 10.1 for Android 2.2 devices.

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