Original myTouch 3G to see Froyo starting tomorrow

The myTouch 3G is being updated to Froyo? Some of you said it wouldn’t be done, and well, some of you still do. No one blames you, which is why TmoNews has come up with some picture evidence to support the claim that the original myTouch 3G will be updated to Froyo in staggered waves starting tomorrow, lasting until the 25th of this month.

How many of you have been waiting for this for how long? I think I speak for everyone when I say it’s about time. The only bad news to come out of today is that the myTouch 3.5mm, Fender, and Slide will have have to wait. Look for more information on the update once it starts hitting handsets tomorrow. In the meantime, check out the list of “Primary Improvements Included with This Update” below. Anyone wondering where they can get a great deal on a myTouch? You still have 4 days to be entered in the DroidDog myTouch 3G Anniversary Giveaway, hop to it!

Via TmoNews

Primary Improvements Included with This Update
• New Fully Integrated Exchange Client
◦ Improved security: Numeric pin and alpha-numeric password options have been added to unlock the device. Exchange administrators can enforce password policy across devices.
◦ Remote wipe: In the event a device is lost or stolen, Exchange administrators can remotely reset the device to factory defaults to secure data.
◦ Exchange calendars: Exchange calendars are now supported in the Calendar application.
◦ Auto-discovery: With just a user name and password users can easily set up and/or sync an Exchange account (available for Exchange 2007 and higher).
◦ Global Address Lists look-up: This functionality is now available in the E-mail application, enabling users to auto-complete recipient names from an entire directory.
• Faves ◦ Faves Gallery gives customers quick access to the 20 people who matter most.
◦ Customers can scroll through their Faves Gallery and instantly see the most recent communication from their top 20 Faves – calls, texts, emails, instant messaging, and social networking updates – and respond in a flash.
• New Home Screen Features
◦ Home screen Tips widget provides tips on how to configure the home screen with shortcuts and widgets and how to make use of multiple home screens.
◦ Market widget lets you keep on top what’s hot on Android Market, showing featured apps right on the home screen.
◦ Live wallpapers are available on Android Market, such as Aquarium, Google Maps and many others.
◦ Phone, All Apps and Browser now have dedicated shortcuts on the home screen, making it easy to access them from any of the five home screen
• Improved Communication Features
◦ Gmail app enhancements:
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Include quoted text from the body of an e-mail message Navigate quickly using on-screen previous/next buttons Identify e-mails using colored labels See inline images in messages
◦ Calendar app now supports multiple Google and Exchange accounts
◦ Google Talk app lets users search for buddies from the Search key
◦ Google Voice app now uses Inbox Synchronization so new messages are received in a matter of seconds
◦ Quickcontact is now available in Gmail, Google Talk, and Google Voice, right from your device. Users tap on a contact image to access various ways to reach that person, such as call, SMS, e-mail, etc.
• Other: Improvements to the camera and camcorder, ability to add multiple languages to the keyboard, enhancements to Google Maps, YouTube app, Facebook app, and Twitter app.