All you Droid Users, here is some news to cheer up with.
Motorola Droid will be finally getting the Android 2.1 upgrade this week, the company announced on its official Facebook page. This OTA (Over The Air) update will bring the Droid on par with the Google Nexus One, only with some features missing.
However it is still not know as to what features Droid will be missing and any additional feature it will be getting (if any). But according to Engadget, it will sport Multi touch in the browser with no support for flash, Google Goggles will be pre installed and the news and weather widgets featured in Nexus One will be included. The update will miss the newly introduced visual effects such as active wallpapers and the 3D grid of the app icons on the Nexus One homescreen.