Android 2.0 Screenshot Walkthrough

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The new lock screen, which has a virtual spinning dial to unlock it.

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The dashboard interface, for when it's mounted in your car.

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The new Market (really from 1.6), but with the Verizon channel.

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Layers are essentially data points layered on top of a map—a search for coffee places or gas stations or whatever.

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New bookmarks layout in Android 2.0—it'll have preview thumbs of sites.

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The redesigned dialer.

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Everybody with properly capitalized names and a thumbnail had their info automatically updated by Facebook. Some people, though they're on Facebook, didn't find a match. The bar with the icons shooting across is the new Quick Contact bar, which pops up when you tap the icon for a contact.

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There's a new combined inbox that's color-coded for when you have multiple email accounts.

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The task manager—you can actually kill processes that are bogging down your phone now—though it's buried in settings.

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I maybe would have rotated some of those images before posting them. #