About a week ago, we brought you news that the new build of Android 2.2, FRF72, had been spotted for the Nexus One. Things were quiet for a while, but the FRF72 build has now leaked for everyone (using a T-Mobile Nexus One) to use. The update, available from Google as of this writing, is a measly 1.9 MB in size. Judging from the file name, it's an incremental update to the original FRF50 Froyo build, which fits with what was previously reported. As of now, no one is sure what the update contains, but there have been rumblings that Flash support has been updated and that the web browser has been tweaked to run faster.
It's been over a month since Google unveiled Froyo and we haven't heard anything concrete about an official release, so hopefully we hear something from them very soon. It would also be nice to see some love for the Nexus One users on AT&T, but I'm not going to hold my breath on that one. Still, it's nice to see that Google is continuing to improve Froyo, and I bet we're going to see something official soon. Just remember, Google: There are AT&T Nexus One owners to think about, too! If you feel like updating your T-Mobile Nexus One to FRF72, you can find the download link and instructions here.