Some of the Froyo features include: · USB Tethering · Mobile Hotspot · Flash 10.1 Support · Enhanced Microsoft Exchange Support (Auto-Discovery, Global Address list look-up, Increased Security Features, and Exchange Calendars) · Speed and Performance Optimizations · Ability to Install Apps Directly to SD card
I am just waiting to see where the Galaxy S 2 goes. I have of course I am looking for my smart phone, and that one (the S 2) is most definitely on my watch list. Of course I may end up waiting until everything gets out there to. Basically it just depends what is on which network, and offers the best hardware with the best plan. I have also really been thinking about grabbing an EVO, and X or even a 4G LTE unit and porting it to MetroPCS as you can't beat there plans at least for me as I am in a 4G LTE area for both them (Metro), Verizon, and Wimax for Sprint.
Wait wait wait, no over the air update for Android? What is Samsung thinking. One of the nice things about Android is that the updates can easily be delivered OtA.
I think I might be sticking with my EVO for a while even after the next batch of phones come out. Unless there are some that offer much greater user experience with longer battery life, there really is no reason to upgrade this generation.
Smooth Creations LANShark "Blue Flame" + ASUS G73JH-A2 + ASUS EeePC S101HYes it's the original InfinityzeN
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