With the HTC Evo 4G and Droid , many Android users are beginning to wonder if and when their respective handset will receive the update. A quick check of the top manufacturers in the U.S. market tells us that there are nearly two dozen Android devices available to consumers. Though a majority of these are already running Android 2.1, some are lagging behind, and a select few will never see Froyo. Below I've listed the Android handsets that are currently sold by U.S. carriers and speculated when they'll get the Froyo upgrade.hitting the
The company's latest handsets are a near certainty to see . When Sammy announced the , Fascinate, , and Captivate last month, Samsung was quick to point out that these 2.1-powered phones will see an update soon. And though it's not a Galaxy S device, the Samsung Intercept also has a high likelihood of getting 2.2 and beyond.
Unfortunately, I suspect that the company's older handsets like thewont be so lucky. Of course, then there's the matter of the Samsung , which is thanks to hardware limitations. Yes, while other phones are already dreaming of , others are three steps behind.
Moto's latest handsets are on track. The Droid X is to see 2.2 in the coming weeks and Verizon is prepping the debut of the .
Meanwhile, Moto's entry-level devices like the Cliq, , and already are to keep up with Android 2.1, so I have a difficult time believing that 2.2 is close behind. Motorola hasn't even made a decision as to what will happen with the
Generally speaking, HTC handsets released in 2010 are all expected to see Froyo by the end of the year. This would include the HTC MyTouch 3G, MyTouch 3G Slide, and and . On the other hand, the future is unclear for the HTC
The remains LG's only Android handset in the United States, but since it launched with Android 2.1, it is very likely to get the Froyo upgrade. T-Mobile's should taste Froyo as well.