Motorola Wants Your Help Testing Bravo Froyo Update


We haven’t had much to say about Motorola’s Bravo since it arrived at AT&T last fall. The phone’s been stuck on Android 2.1 since its release, but things are looking up for the speedy little smartphone, as Motorola’s announced that it has a Froyo update nearly ready, and it’s soliciting the help of Bravo owners to help it test things out.

When we reviewed the Bravo, we found it to be an exceptionally high-performing mid-level Android, with a nice, crisp screen and decent battery life. Its smoothed-out form factor may not be as professional-looking as more squared-off Androids, but overall we were big fans of the phone.

You’ll need to be a member of the Motorola Owners’ Forums in order to register for a spot in this update trial, limited to 1,000 Bravo users. If you think you’d make a good candidate, Motorola has a survey for you to fill out, collecting some details on what kind of phone user you are before it lets you become one of its thousand guinea pigs.

Of users who successfully complete the brief survey, the test spots will fill up first-come, first-served, so don’t dally if you’ve got a Bravo and are interested in participating.

Source: Motorola

Via: Android Central

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