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Google and HTC have begun rolling out the Android 2.2 update for the Wildfire smartphone, technology news website Product Reviews reported on Monday.
HTC's Wildfire, effectively a mini version of the company's Desire smartphone, comes highly integrated with social networking platforms including Facebook and Twitter.
The handset has a MSM7225 Qualcomm CPU running at 528 MHz and a 5 mega pixel camera. It also offers support for Adobe's Flash platform.
Google's Android 2.2 operating system, codenamed Froyo, will bring improved features and performance to the smartphone, including support for Adobe’s Flash Player 10.1.
O2 has also recently scheduled operating system updates for Motorola Milestone handsets, staing on its official German Twitter account that the smartphone will receive the Android 2.2 update in mid to late September.
The company added that it will also be releasing the Android 2.2 update for HTC’s Desire smartphone in Europe this August.