European Motorola Milestone 2 Getting Android 2.3 Starting in Q4


Those of you still rocking the Motorola Milestone 2 (DROID 2 for you Yanks), the folks who have just been acquired by Google has good news for you – Gingerbread is on its way! They’ve confirmed on their Facebook page that the phone will be receiving Android 2.3.

Unfortunately, they didn’t give specifics as to when each country would be receiving the update, but they did say that rollouts would start in early Q4 2011. With such a wide open window, users might even have to wait until early 2012 to get the upgrade, though no one can say for sure at this point.

Let’s hope it’s sometime before Ice Cream Sandwich gets here because we’re sure Milestone 2 owners would be more inclined to go with a new phone equipped with it by then. [Motorola Facebook, thanks Joshua!]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a Milestone in public. Saw a display model in a shop once, that was about it.

  2. I Am looking forward to 2.3 for Motorola Defy

  3. Droid 2 is in soak test now, so that’s a better turn-around time than Motorola usually does for its non-US variants.

  4. Milestone 3……………….release……………now…………..damnit……………..

  5. It is fantastic Moto!

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