It's finally official. Yesterday at Google I/O, Android 2.2 (FroYo) was officially announced, as well as on the Android Developers site here. As for what is officially coming in FroYo, lets take a look at what we see from Android Developers and from what Engadget is reporting from inside I/O.
Here is a short list containing some of the major improvements according to AndroidDevelopers:
- 2-5X faster performance thanks to the Dalvik JIT compiler
- Cloud to device messaging
- Application backup
- Apps on SD cards
- Portable hotspot
- New Android Market features
- App error reports
Adobe Flash 10.1 is still planned on being supported in FroYo as far as I know.
There is also a video on Youtube introducing Android 2.2. Have a look now, because you will be waiting awhile since we have no firm release date for 2.2 yet.
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