Android Froyo 2.2 OS Might Hit in May, Being Tested Now

Well Android fans it looks like maybe Google is gearing up to push out the next version of the Android operating system Android 2.2 which is known as Froyo according to an article over on unwired view who gained the information via the guys over at android and me.

The word is from sources familiar with the matter that Google is currently testing Android 2.2 Froyo and that there is a good chance that there are a few Android 2.2 mobile phones already out there which are more than likely being used by Google employees.

The current feeling is that Google just might announce Android 2.2 on the 19th of May at their annual I/O conference in San Francisco, and the rumour is the first Android smartphone to gain Android 2.2 Froyo will be the Nexus One.

As for features of Android 2.2 Froyo, rumour has it that it may include free additional RAM, JT compiler, FM radio enabling, OpenGL ES 2.0 enhancements, Flash 10.1 support and the activation of a colour trackball. More as and when we hear.


2 thoughts on “Android Froyo 2.2 OS Might Hit in May, Being Tested Now”

  1. fedUpWithAndroid says:

    So the Moment and Hero will STILL have Android 1.5 (1.6 on some phones?) I refuse to buy a new phone simply for an OS upgrade; the phone is in serious need for an update–crashes, radio loosing frequency/airplane mode coming on for no reason, data sessions closing MID DOWNLOAD, and plenty other problems to discuss… what is the issue? I love android, and the apps I develop, I CAN’T EVEN TEST ON MY PHONE BECAUSE THEY ARE FOR ANDROID 2.X and up. A phone with such a great processor and chipset that’s still running an archaic version of android is just sad.

  2. tony says:

    Ain't nobody trying to feel sorry for you fedup! You were happy with the phone when you bought it, so man up and upgrade to a new phone!

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