Just a little over a week ago, the first details of Android 2.2 Froyo came to light, and one of the more interesting rumored features it will bring was full Adobe Flash support (Flash version 10.1, even). Today, we have confirmed that Android 2.2 will indeed have that feature, straight from Google’s VP of Engineering Andy Rubin himself.
In a recent interview with the New York Times, Andy Rubin promised that full support for Adobe’s Flash standard was coming in the next version of Android. And with that, thousands of speculative Android-loving fans rejoice. The only thing left now is to know when exactly it’s coming out.
Currently, the release of the Android 2.2 Froyo update isn’t pinned on any exact date. But rumors point to a possible May unveiling, though some people have pointed out that that may be as bit optimistic, and the actual release might even be later than June or nearer to the end of this year.
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