What you see above is a document leaked to Engadget, showing that Android 2.2 (Froyo) is about to roll out for the HTC Evo 4G as early as this weekend. Supposedly an announcement will be made tomorrow, and the software will be made available for users to download and manually install as a sort of test bed. Along with the update comes all sorts of new widgets and features -- flashlights, upgraded video recording quality (720p!), LED flash during video capture, and more. Looks like I'll be getting up early tomorrow to hopefully hear an announcement and download some Froyo for my Evo. Engadget has a gallery of the rest of the document right HERE, it's chock full o' changes. Now let's hope this pans out and we're not just getting set up for another disappointment. [Engadget]
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