Certain Android models to get Flash 10.1 by second half of 2010

Certain Android models to get Flash 10.1 by second half of 2010
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen recently told Fox Business that certain Android handsets will be receiving the long awaited Flash10.1 support sometime in the second half of the year. Android phones must have an ARM Cortex A-8 processor which means that first-gen Android phones-like the G1-will not be able to muster up enough power to run the software. In fact, as of now, in the U.S., the only Android phones that could support Flash 10.1 would be the Nexus One and the Motorola DROID, although that will obviously change during the next two quarters as more high end Android phones launch.

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source: Fox Business


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