Step aside, Android 2.0 -- Android 2.0.1 has arrived.
Verizon began rolling out its first update to the Motorola Droid phone last week. Android 2.0.1 is a relatively minor update, but it brings a handful of performance and aesthetical changes that pack some extra punch into the Droid experience.
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The Android 2.0.1 update is being sent over the air to Droid users, which means it'll automatically pop up on the phone at some point. The update itself is simple to install: You just accept the dialog box that comes on-screen, and the process begins. The whole thing took only a few minutes on my handset this morning.
Some of the 2.0.1 changes will be immediately evident, while others are more under-the-hood and may not catch your eye right away. Here's a rundown of what's new, both on the surface and behind the scenes.