Android Froyo has been available for the Google Nexus One for some time. That is if you bought the mobile from Google themselves because anyone on Vodafone has had to wait patiently to receive the Google Nexus One update.
Well now the waiting is over because Vodafone has confirmed Android 2.2 (Froyo) for the Google Nexus One will launch next week.
The update will take place over the air and will be staggered across the mobiles so you may to wait a little while before your mobile receives the update.
Vodafone have tweaked the application slightly and noticeable differences include the lack of the Amazon MP3 store and Google Goggles. However, you can still download these two applications from the Google App Store if you need them.
Another difference, which seems rather ridiculous, is that by default a WiFi Hotspot will be created because its set to on by default. We can see this causing a bit of a storm because some people won't realise its on or know how to turn it off.
The Google Nexus One is the only device that currently supports Android 2.2 (Froyo) , although more will be coming in the near future.