Android 2.2 Motorola Droid X September Release
Android 2.2 Motorola Droid X September Release – Android 2.2 will be making its way to the Droid X in September, according to a number of recent reports. The operating system will serve as a major upgrade over the current software, and will add functionality to the Droid X that customers have been waiting for. The revelation was made in a response to the concern about the lack of email notifications for people using Microsoft Exchange 2003 on the Droid X. A Motorola Forums Manager noted that a fix for the problem would be coming when Android 2.2 launched in September for the Droid X.
He is also the same employee that said that the Motorola Droid would get the android 2.2 upgrade during the beginning week of August 2. The promise came to fruition, so there is really no reason to doubt him this time around.
The September timeline shows that the company is keeping their promises to customers to get the software upgrades out to the masses as fast as possible. It will have a faster browser, better enterprise capabilities that will make it more viable for business and a cloud-to-device messaging API for developers, along with a plethora of other tools.
The update first came to the Nexus One two months ago, and has been rolling out to other phones including Sprint’s HTV Evo 4G. So far, early reporters have stated that the software upgrade has been beneficial for users, and has led to faster browsing and increased functionality. It will be interesting to see what phones the update will roll out to next.