The Christmas mood of all the Motorola MILESTONE owners will be gone after reading those lines. Motorola did it again: the company is postponing the release of MILESTONE's long awaited Froyo treatment for Q1 2011.
The Froyo update for the Motorola MILESTONE was said to arrive in Europe by the end of this year (Q4 2010) but as it turns out the company is being lazy yet again and won't release the software update until Q1 2011.
To refresh your memory, the MILESTONE was launched back in November 2009 and was promised to have a Flash-ready web browser. Well, the Adobe Flash Player 10.1 still isn't compatible with the MILESTONE (as the device isn't running the Android 2.2 a.k.a. Froyo or later).
This comes only a little while after another disturbing news involving Motorola's name hit the headlines. A month ago the company announced that the recently launched Motorola DEFY will taste the Froyo across Europe by the end of Q2 2011 while the Motorola MILESTONE XT720 is destined to serve Eclair for life.
And that's on top of the storm, which is already brewing over the supposedly numerous faulty Motorola DEFY units.
MOTOROLA we neeeeeeeeeed android 2.3
froyo isnt everything... so motorola is right in not getting too excited with it...got it on my htc... gingerbread is where the goodness lies... flash is a waste of time anyway.... laggy as hell on even the fastest phone... samsung galaxy... so...
how did u that? the froyo 2.2.1? :) tnx