Nexus One running Android 2.2 on video for your pleasure; Froyo includes Flash 10.1

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Nexus One running Android 2.2 on video for your pleasure; Froyo includes Flash 10.1
Adobe has passed out Android phones to its employees. Some of them have been lucky enough-like Ryan Stewart-to find that their Nexus One is powered by Android 2.2, also known as Froyo. Thanks to this video made by Mr. Stewart, we can see that 2.2 will include support for Flash 10.1 as well as a new app launcher, Android tutorial and a global search box. Android 2.2 is expected to be introduced at this month's Google I/O show. As for when you might expect to see the new build on your DROID or Nexus One, no date has been announced although we have reported that June appears a likely time for a launch of Android 2.2.

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source: YouTube via AndroidandMe

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