Android 2.2 for the Motorola Droid X may be just around the corner. Or it at least seems that way, due to the picture below of a webpage from DroidLife, which has reportedly been sent to Droid X users, telling them that "Verizon Wireless has released the new Android 2.2 software update", but it doesn't link to anyplace where the download or installation process can commence.
Just incase you can't read the changes listed in the image yourself, Android Central adds that the page "mentions the addition of Flash Player 10.1, auto updates for apps, and 270-degree rotation."
MobileCrunch points out that the page was last modified on September 10th, just 5 days ago. Unless Verizon makes these webpages weeks before hand, we can expect the Android 2.2 OTA rollout to start up this week or next.
Engadget thinks "that this means a bona fide release is just around the corner -- Verizon's already a few weeks late at this point, so hopefully the finishing touches are nearly done."
Someone in the Android Central forums came up with a good strategy for anyone anxious to know when the update is coming:
I have it on good authority that FroYo will be released tomorrow. In the event that it doesn't release tomorrow, don't panic! Simply reread this post every day until it's right.
Image from DroidLife