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Froyo (2.2) to have extreme performance gains and full flash support

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Default Froyo (2.2) to have extreme performance gains and full flash support

Hey guys check out the Linpack scores they are getting on a Nexus One running Froyo.

http://www.androidpolice.com/2010/05...ut-450-faster/
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450% faster than 2.1??? Seriously? ;o
 
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I hope we can get to a point where it's easier to get the stock roms on the hero and other phones. Maybe the mode 'module' design I've heard discussed will help things along.

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tbh im think this is whats holding up 2.1. i think the hero will get 2.2 and sprint will skip 2.1 all together, makes sense if you think about it.
 
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"Sorry, your HTC Hero will not support the Froyo update. Please buy the HTC Superhero due in Q4 2010."
 
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"Sorry, your HTC Hero will not support the Froyo update. Please buy the HTC Superhero due in Q4 2010."
it will be ported, bank on that.
 
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it will be ported, bank on that.
Even so, good firmware can't make up for lack of processing power and hardware. It would never run like it's meant to.

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