Qualcomm teams with Adobe for optimized Flash Player support on some Android phones with Snapdragon
0. phoneArena 01 Jun 2011, 07:28 posted on
Qualcomm together with Adobe have developed optimizations for better Flash Player support in mid- to high-tier Android handsets with chipsets from the Snapdragon family, like the HTC Thunderbolt, or the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play...
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2. aphrophyre (unregistered)
Wow purchasing an Android device is getting way to complicated now because you have no idea what performance enhancements or detriments there might be due to the chipsets used within, not to mention the chess game of finding a device that would even get frequent updates.
5. pyckvi (Posts: 48; Member since: 19 Dec 2010)
your wrong. the only complicating thing is that there are too many choices and different types of designs too choose out of. as for hardware. most the android phones run on Qualcomms 1Ghz Processor. and Samsung has its own 1Ghz processor. but it really does not matter whose chip you got in there. any 1Ghz phone will play Flash without a problem.
6. AndroidTroll (Posts: 359; Member since: 05 Mar 2011)
It's called be a smart consumer and do research to determine what best fits your needs. Or you could be a lazy, dimwitted ibot and get an iphone and have no flash support lolol.