Motorola Milestone 2 Brings Froyo To Vodafone And Optus

Motorola Milestone 2 Brings Froyo To Vodafone And Optus
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 src=Motorola has today announced the Australian launch of the Milestone 2 for both Optus and Vodafone customers. The good news is that the Qwerty-toting Android handset will launch with Froyo.

If you’re wondering where you’ve seen this before, the Milestone 2 is the exact same phone as the Droid 2 in the states. It features a 1GHz processor, Adobe Flash 10.1, 720p video recording, multitouch capacitive touchscreen and integrated DLNA. It will also include the latest version of MOTOBLUR, which has been toned down and made much more customisable than Moto’s original version.

There’s no word on pricing yet, but the phone is due to launch in December.