Verizon's been pretty good about keeping its Droid line well-updated in a timely fashion -- if not with the latest Android versions, at least with critical fixes. The trend continues on the Droid 2 Global, where a firmware refresh rolling out now is said to offer "improved" audio during calls, fewer freezes, and a bunch of fixes around the phone's global roaming capability. Sounds like a must-get -- there's seemingly no new crapware, unlike the latest Droid X build -- so you might want to go ahead and check your phone for an update if it hasn't been pushed down to you yet.

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