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.


New Android 2.2 build leaks out for Nexus One, minor improvements noted