Word on the street is that Motorola’s Droid 2 is set to get a major upgrade. Don’t worry those of you who have already decked your phone out with all sorts of cell phone accessories,
our sources say that they upgrades are internal, not external, so that hot pink Droid 2 leather case
you’re rocking on your belt will still fit the new phone.
The primary difference is that the new Droid 2 is going to be a global phone, and its processor is about 20% faster than that of the original Droid 2. It was actually a pretty big day for the Droid line of phones today. The Android 2.2, more commonly known as Froyo (short for frozen yogurt), update for the Droid X officially became available today.
Amongst the new features, Froyo comes with Adobe Flash Player 10.1, automatic app updated, a magic unicorn, enhanced browser performance, and a ray gun. We can’t actually get confirmation on two of those features, although we’ve decided to let you guess which to features those are.
While the iPhone remains the king in terms of total units sold, Android based phones have been closing the gap at a rapid pace, and the Motorola Droid 2 and Droid X amongst the leaders of the chase pack. With both phones generating buzz on the blogosphere this week, clearly Motorola intends to hold onto its status as one of the top dogs in the Android chase.
Posted by David Yi, Social Media and SEO Assistant at Wireless Emporium