So a video has surfaced of Adobe showing off Adobe Flash 10.1 on a Nexus One in need of a charging. This is something an awful lot of us have been waiting very patiently for, but as Engadget points out, is it really going to increase our experience enough to make up for what we will all inevitably be faced with?
Sure, the games and videos are going to be great but what about – you guessed it – ads? Given the hope for Fennec and adblock extensions it may be a moot point but in the meantime.. what do you think?
One thing worth noting from the video:
“..so that’s why the partnership that we have with Qualcomm, HTC and Google to deliver a great experience with 10.1 on the Nexus One is so important..”
..and then he goes on to explain you can guy buy the Nexus One and when they are done preparing 10.1 for release they’ll push it out to you. He doesn’t mention any other device. I’m assuming since the Nexus One is the only phone on 2.1 at the moment – that’s the reason.
[ Engadget ]
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