It has been a while since Android 2.1 has been made available on certain phones, including the Nexus One. However, not every Android phone out there has the 2.1 update yet. Earlier this week Motorola CLIQ was supposed to get an Android 2.1 update too, but everything is going out too slowly right now.
Now, according to a news update from Android and Me, it looks like all the mobile phone which run on Android in the US will be getting a Android 2.1 update pretty soon.
However, some phone’s will require to to a complete new install of Android 2.1 as opposed to an update, and there is still no news whether or not this update will be Over the Air (OTA) or through a PC Software update.
The Android 2.1 update is scheduled to be rolled out in Q2 2010, so users can expect an update before the end of March. However, certain features which are available in Nexus One will not be available to all phones, including a feature called "Live Wallpaper". Nevertheless, this is definitely good news, since Android has definitely grown into a better platform and many of the phones are still using Android 1.5 or 1.6.
We will keep you updated as and when Android 2.1 updates become available for different phones.