Well, well -- what have we here? Word on the street has it that we're looking at a new, unreleased (officially, anyway) Froyo build for Google's now-tough-to-locate Nexus One. The open source community has yet again uncovered what looks to be a real gem, with this fresh Android 2.2 version (FRG33) promising minor bug fixes, improved WiFi performance and speed improvements from top to bottom. There's obviously no Google-approved changelog to prove anything one way or another, but you can give that source link a look if you're feeling froggy. Just don't blame us when you suddenly can't access the Android Market, or your world otherwise implodes.
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