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9 months after it goes through the FCC it's just now coming out!
Since SE & AT&T didn't make any mention of 2.2 then we'll have to wait til next week to find out if that's another thing that's outdated.
And of course AT&T's data plans render smartphones useless. Can't listen to podcasts daily cause that will add up, can't watch videos cause that will add up also.
2.2 Froyo Update
"Upgradeable" does not necessarily = "upgraded."
Neither SE nor AT&T would commit to when, nor what version of Android.
SE's language is very vague and non-committal.