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[News] New Version of the Linux-based Android Much Faster

  • Subject: [News] New Version of the Linux-based Android Much Faster
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 14 May 2010 17:44:45 +0100
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Benchmarks Put Android 2.2 at Wicked FastâLike 450% Faster Than 2.1

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| Rudimentary math says that's about 4.5 
| times the 2.1 figure.  We have no way of 
| verifying any of this, nor do we pretend 
| to be experts at flops and linpacks.  The 
| bottom line here is that Froyo is fast.  
| It appears Google has done some things to 
| optimize the platform well beyond simply 
| adding Flash.


Android 2.2 Could Up Speed for Mobile Devices, Add Adobe Flash

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| The site has also been putting Android 2.2 
| through its paces on a Nexus One phone and 
| was impressed with what it has found. "One 
| of our team members has been playing with 
| a Nexus One running Froyo for about a week 
| now, getting more and more visibly excited 
| every day," wrote Artem Russakovskii, the 
| article's author and the site's editor and 
| founder.


Android 2.2 OS âFroyoâ shows off WiFi and USB Internet sharing (tethering)

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| Weâre expecting Google to bow Froyo next 
| week at the companyâs Google I/O 
| conference in San Francisco. Weâll be 
| coming to you live from the event with all 
| the important details, so make sure to 
| stay tuned!



Google: Android 2.1 is catching up

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| It's not too surprising that Android 2.0
| and 2.0.1 numbers have begun to shrink,
| especially considering the fact that
| Motorola recently released the 2.1 update
| for it's popular Droid (also known in
| Europe as the Motorola Milestone) devices â
| one of the few phones to include the 2.0.x
| branch of Android. By comparison, the first
| smartphone to use Android, the T-Mobile G1,
| will not officially run versions later than
| 1.6 for technical reasons. Although Google
| says that it simply doesn't have enough
| internal memory, unofficial releases of
| Android 2.1 are available online.

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