Droid X: New Screenshot confirms Android 2.2 Froyo Update?

By Alan Ng - Jul 29, 2010

You may remember a few days ago, when an image of the Motorola Droid X ‘supposedly’ running the latest Android 2.2 Froyo software appeared. However, that image didn’t show the actual phone so it could have been fake – until now.

As reported from Phandroid, Engadget has got their hands on another screenshot via their tipster, which shows the Droid X running Android 2.2 Froyo.

Unlike the previous screenshot though, this one shows the actual Droid X handset in full view, meaning that the chances of this being real are significantly higher.

Of course, there is always the chance that this could be photoshopped, but with all the Droid X Froyo rumors swirling around lately – we’d like to think otherwise.

Take a look at the screenshot below, and let us know your thoughts on it.

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  • JoelB

    The “2” in “2.2” should be directly under the “F” in “Firmware version” — looks fake to me!

  • TSpencer

    The 2 even looks fake

  • Shea

    not to mention the smudging between the numbers that is the first sign of photoshop

  • MattShiloh

    This is photoshoped. The Verizon System version number is the same as the update Verizon pushed a few days after the release of the Droid X. When Froyo is released, Verizon will also release a new System version.