Droid X Android Froyo 2.2 Update: Download Expected Sept

Many Android users are waiting in anticipation for the HTC Evo 4G and Droid X this week to receive the Froyo 2.2 update. With so many different smartphones available on the U.S. market some are already running the Android 2.1 whilst others seem to be finding it difficult to keep up.

According to Scott Webster at CNET, he reported on some Android handsets that are available on the U.S. carriers and hoping to receive the Froyo update. These include, the Samsung Galaxy S handsets such as the Vibrant and Captivate which can be purchased as we speak, the Fascinate and Epic 4G are due this summer, and the Intercept are sure to see Android 2.2. Motorola’s Droid X is hoped to see 2.2 in the coming weeks and news on Friday has it that Verizon will be getting the Froyo-powered Droid 2.

And last but definitely not least, the HTC handsets are all expected to see Froyo by the end of 2010. This includes handsets such as MyTouch 3G, MyTouch 3G Slide, Aria and Droid Incredible. It is still unclear as to where the future lies for the HTC Droid Eris and HTC Hero.

Users will get plenty of benefits from the Froyo 2.2 update with the advantage to upgrade. It will give accessibility to store titles on a memory card whilst having more room on your phone for other content, users will be able to make hands-free voice calls over Bluetooth, camera with increased flash and camcorder, storing apps allowing you to connect to Facebook, Twitter, Friend Stream or Gmail, FM Radio and Photo Gallery as well as others.

What Froyo features appeal to you? Give us your thoughts. To read up on the Froyo 2.2 and what smartphones are on the market check out CNET