More Photos of Android 2.2 Froyo on DROID X

Verizon might start the roll-out roughly one week from now

The recently rumored Android 2.2 Froyo software solution for DROID X might indeed be live, at least this is what numerous shots with the device running this Android operating system that just emerged into the wild are meant to prove. In the end, Verizon Wireless might be closer than originally expected from starting the roll-out of this software update for its DROID family, although no official announcement was made in this direction.

In case there are some who might have missed the latest reports on the matter, we should note that some DROID X owners out there reported on yesterday that their devices already started to silently update to the new Android 2.2 OS. A screenshot with the solution running on the new mobile phone also emerged, showing that the unit in question was a rooted device. Moreover, word on the street was that the Blur solution from Motorola was present in the mix too, something meant to make Verizon's customers happy.

The newly spotted shots with Android 2.2 Froyo running on the DROID X are meant to show that the original reports might have been true, while offering us the possibility to learn a few more details on what the solution would actually look like. And since these shots seem to come from at least two different sources, there is little doubt left regarding their authenticity.

Also worth mentioning is the fact that all reports on DROID X receiving the Froyo update emerged at times when a leaked Android 2.2 ROM surfaced for Verizon's DROID Incredible, suggesting that rumors on Verizon gearing up for a massive Froyo deployment come August 6 might actually pan out. However, until the wireless carrier steps up and announces the arrival of this software solution, all that we've got is the photo gallery over at droid-life, which proves that Android 2.2 on DROID X is as real as it can be.

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