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#61246 12-May-2010 18:40
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Linky

Interesting read. Considering this is a beta release it bodes well for a final release being nice and snappy. 

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  #329555 12-May-2010 22:22
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Very rudimentary benchmark which doesn't necessary mean that 2.2 is 450% faster than 2.1.  Its better at running the benchmark app, thats all.  Flash support is definitely looking good.  Whats the bet 2.2 will decrease battery life by about 50%?

 
 
 
 


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  #329637 13-May-2010 08:56
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when they put it on the HTC Incredible/Desire I'd love to see the increase, it'll hopefully be similar, but prob a bit lss




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  #329883 13-May-2010 17:51
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Prelim benchmarks show that pretty much everything is at least around 50% quicker, the 450% is a best-case scenario, generally on very repetitive loop functions like benchmarks.

You can play with the JIT now if you don't mind an unstable phone with one of the beta Eclair ROMs from xda-forums if you want. I'd recommend against it.

More speed for free = a good thing!






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  #333012 21-May-2010 15:59
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A more comprehensive outline is here now that the Google IO people have spilled the beans.

http://www.engadget.com/2010/05/20/android-2-2-froyo-beta-hands-on-flash-10-1-wifi-hotspots-an/

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