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Image Gallery: 5 Early Android 2.2 Candidates

Google's Nexus One, the original Android 2.1 phone, will be the first to update to Android 2.2 and at least four HTC handsets are slated for the initial wave of Froyo updates expected in the second half of the year.
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The myTouch is a customized version of the HTC Magic, and it is similar to the T-Mobile G1, but it ditches the full QWERTY keyboard for a touch-based interface. The Android-powered handset still has six physical buttons on its face, but users will likely use the 3.2-inch capacitive touch screen for most of the controls.

Android 2.2: Ready For Enterprise?
Google is touting its new mobile platform's business-friendly features, but licensing Microsoft's ActiveSync may not offer enough security to make Android ready to work in the enterprise.

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