The Motorola Droid 2 isn’t expected to launch until sometime later this month, but enough geeks have gotten their hands on the device that we’re already starting to see Quadrant benchmarks for it pop-up. The Droid 2 tested here definitely seems to be FroYo-based as it nearly surpasses an Android 2.2-enabled Nexus One. We expected as much considering the bump in speed it’s gotten over its predecessor (1GHz processor compared to 550MHz).
Even with Motorola’s custom skin apparently not going anywhere, it doesn’t look like it’s doing anything to bog it down with the JIT-injected FroYo doing its job. [via IntoMobile]