Android 2.0 will bring a number of improvements that includes the native support of Microsoft Exchange (contacts are often not synchronized today), the Maps application will display more data, but still does not have pinch and zoom. The web browser is said to be almost as fast as the iPhone 3GS one. In the video department, the integration with YouTube has been improved, especially when it comes to video uploads, which are only 2-clicks away. Security-wise, it is now possible to use a 4-digit code instead of the unlock pattern that some don’t like. That’s our highlight, but if you want to get all the small details, head to BGR.
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