Yesterday, Google unveiled Froyo the codename for the new version of Android its mobile operating system. Android 2.2 is much faster than 2.1 based on the demo we saw yesterday at Google I/O. Support for Java comes as no surprise. However, one nice feature is the ability to install applications from the Android Market site to a phone; installing apps to storage card. The latter feature needs to be implemented by the developer in its application.
Unfortunately, Google did not announce a date when they will start pushing the updates to the Nexus One, only saying in the coming weeks. HTC has announced that devices released in 2010 will receive the update.
Watch the video for more about Android 2.2