Software Developer Google has started pushing Android 2.2.2 out over the air to Nexus One owners in the UK. News of Google's update appeared last week, however Brits had to wait until yesterday to get the relatively small Android 2.2.2 update for their Nexus One handsets. Nexus One owners are still awaiting an update to Android 2.3, which Google has promised will be arriving in the "coming weeks".
The latest Froyo version update is just 558kb and won’t really affect the user interface too much. The Nexus One already features Android 2.2 and 1 GHz Qualcomm QSD 8250 Snapdragon chipset. With a touchscreen size of 3.7 inches, the handset includes 5 megapixel camera, and popular Google applications such as Google Voice, Gmail and Google Maps Navigation. Owners of this Google smartphone can now check for an update via the settings menu.

The 558KB update, which is installed on a Google Nexus One in about a minute (less massive than a big update from Android 2.1 to 2.2, for example), will not excite users like the big update to Gingerbread that Google has promised since launching the Nexus S last month with the new OS.
By. Androidguys

Friday, January 28, 2011 | 0 comments | Labels:


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