If you own a Motorola Droid, your 2.0.1 update could be on the way right now. Verizon has confirmed that the roll-out is happening now. If you haven't received the over-the-air update yet, you can go to Verizon's Droid support site to set yourself up. In the meantime, Android and Me has a video of an updated Droid in action. The update adds several improvements to the Droid. Battery life is up, the camera's auto focus should work better, time between shots has been cut down, three-way calling has been enhanced and incoming call audio has been improved. Bluetooth functionality has been improved, and phone book transfer should now work better. SMS and MMS messages can now be sent to 7 digit addresses, and Google contact merging now handles 7 digit numbers.There are numerous bug fixes and other enhancements that should make your Droid user experience much more pleasant all around. Welcome to 2.0.1, Droid.
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