Wow, what a wait it has been. The Droid Incredible faithful (of which I am a member) have waited what seems like forever for Google's latest version of Android to hit their phones. But finally, Froyo is upon us and it is glorious. If nothing else, you can finally sing along with Strong Bad as Trogdor ravages the countryside thanks to Flash 10.1. For those of you who have yet to receive the OTA notification, you can find links and manual download instructions here. Watch the full video walkthrough along with a Quadrant score comparison past the break.
Check out these Quadrant benchmarks I ran right before and right after upgrading to Froyo. Eclair is on the left and Froyo on the right (100 percent improvement!). I noticed a huge difference in the frame rates when Quadrant was running the 3D tests, so you gamers should see increased performance as well.
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