It seems that when Google said that Froyo was coming to the Nexus One "in the coming weeks," it had a big surprise planned as the update has already begun to roll out to devices. TechCrunch has reported that the update has begun to slowly be released to the Google phone ahead of schedule, and all of the updates to the OS that were promised seem to have materialized. Many people that have received the update have stated that their devices are indeed much faster than with Android 2.1, so Nexus One owners should check their phone for updates to see if they have a tasty treat awaiting them.
Continuing with the Froyo goodness, it seems that there are plans to bring Android 2.2 to the Motorola Droid "in the near future." SlashGear reached out to Motorola for comment on when Froyo would be coming to its devices, and while it seemed positive for the Droid, things weren't so bright for MOTOBLUR users. Moto made no mention of Android 2.2 coming to their skinned version of Android, but we're hoping they were just too busy working on mixing Froyo with BLUR to comment. As for the Verizon Droid, the device did just received Android 2.1 recently, so we would be surprised if 2.2 came as quickly as it did for the Nexus One, but you never know.
Have you received Froyo on your Nexus One? When do you think the Droid will get Android 2.2? Share your thoughts with us!