Nhroyo 2.2 which is the most usable, polished iteration of Android yet. But more importantly, it's the first release that makes Android truly compelling for a broad consumer audience.
Froyo's updates aren't that radical, but serious under-the-hood improvements and refinements throughout make it tangibly more pleasing to use. This cell can be upgraded to Android 2.3 gingerbread.
The droid X2 has a display supporting 540 x960 pixels. We are not yet sure if this cell will be displayed at Barcelona. The Droid has only one drawback in terms of connectivity that it will not be able to support the LTE network .though I don’t think this will be a major setback because many people will not have the access to the Verizon LTE network.
The droid X2 has a very striking resemblance to Droid X except it has the camera button on the right. The screen supports gHD pixel resolution so it is quite good and almost similar to MOTO Bionic but internally it is way better than the bionic with its dual core Nvidia Tegra T20 Soc processor and almost laptop like 1GB RAM.
This magnitude of internal memory will guarantee this cell is going to work without hanging. It is also being guessed that this cell is going to show off the new Moto blur interface.
The cell has an 8 megapixel camera at the back but doesn’t have any front cam even though its supports 3G. One more very interesting fact about the Droid X2 is that it supports 3G only it will have a locked boot loader. But Motorola has said that custom boot loaders will be made available for developers but there are going to be some security issues about it.