Motorola Defy Getting Android Froyo Update

| June 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

The Motorola Defy is getting even better. From now on the Motorola Defy will be coming with Android Froyo pre-installed. One of the best deals of the smartphone is the Amazon UK offer for 251.99 GBP. And even here the price went down slightly reaching 246.90 GBP.

The update will also be available for all those who already have the Motorola Defy. It will bring in a list of improvements if compared with the original Android Eclair-based Defy. The enhancements include improved Microsoft Exchange support, faster browser, Adobe Flash support and all of this is coming with cool mobile hotspot capabilities. The update is spead “over-the-air.” You just need to backup your files just for your safety, so not to lose the data if something goes wrong.

In short you get the following:

  • Phone speed and performance: The performance of the phone has been enhanced resulting in faster user interface, application operation and web browsing.
  • Adobe Flash Player 10.1: Your device now supports Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1, allowing access to rich web content and games.  Adobe Flash Player 10.1 is installed along with this upgrade.
  • App storage and updating: Applications can now be stored on the device’s microSD card.  Additionally, apps can be set to automatically updated by ticking “allow automatic updating” under each app’s page in Android Market.
  • Digital keyboard:  Added punctuation to the suggestion ribbon.

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