Flash Player 10.1 On The Upcoming Motorola Droid X

android_flash1-thumb-200x188 We can read many posts about the good news like Google Said Adobe Flash Will Continue On YouTube and Adobe AIR for Android Early Build Download Available recently. For Adobe Flash developers, another one is, Motorola Droid X for Verizon will include Flash Player 10.1.

Adobe posted a video here that an Adobe technical evangelist shows off the Motorola Droid X device running Flash content.

A couple of Flash-based games and an AP World Cup Application were shown off.

Flash Player 10.1 is expected to be available as a final production release for devices once users are able to upgrade to Android 2.2 “Froyo.” Once upgraded, smartphones, tablets and other devices can be updated with Flash Player 10.1.

The device will first ship with Android 2.1, and not Froyo until later this summer.

The Droid X is looking to be great, and the flash will make it better! :)


In addition, the Motorola Droid X is the fourth “Droid” branded phone on Verizon Wireless, and Motorola’s eleventh (!) Google Android-based smartphone.

DROID X does more with ultra high-speed Web browsing; a fast 1GHz processor; 3G Mobile HotSpot capabilities; loads of memory; intuitive social messaging; Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1 ready; and access to Android Market™, which has more than 65,000 applications, along with a host of unique Verizon Wireless applications such as NFL Mobile, Skype mobile™, V CAST Video, EA Need for Speed Shift™ and more.

Here is a Droid X VS. iPhone 4 comparison chart by PCWorld:


and the total cost of ownership, plus storage compare:


The devices supporting “Froyo” and Flash Player 10.1 are expected to include the Dell Streak, Google Nexus One, HTC Evo, HTC Desire, HTC Incredible, DROID by Motorola, Motorola Milestone, Samsung Galaxy S and others.

Looking forward to the Android 2.2 update, aren’t you?  :)

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6 Responses to “Flash Player 10.1 On The Upcoming Motorola Droid X”

  1. I technically cannot delay for this phone, only two days left and I just hope I could get my hands on one,. I have been recently reading a lot about the Android 2.2 update which can come in August, simply one more reason to be thrilled about this excellent phone. Motorola and Verizon claim they will certainly update the phone to Android 2.2 “late summer.” It will certainly be an over-the-air update. But out-of-the box on its July 15 launch it will have Android 2.1.

  2. I have been feeling a little heat this morning from a few folks not desiring to consider that the Droid X inventory will be confined on release day, as we reported before. Well we’ve only grabbed five additional screenshots from 5 fairly main markets as well as I’d state once again of which stock looks to end up being pretty limited to me. Some associated with the major suppliers get up-wards of 60 devices, but some might simply have got five devices. Now probably these quantities are above typical for a Verizon wireless introduction, but for a device this huge, I think I simply just thought stores might could have tried to have been overstocked.

  3. Lindy Truby says:

    so i am on my 5th moto cliq waiting for the 6th to arrive.. Sad and i need to say i’m incredibly disappointed with the replacements ive been recently getting, keyboards not lighting up, the screen breaking , turning off unexpectedly, being extreamly hot when charging..etc.. ive just had the worst luck with this phone.. they presented me the new dash and the new blackberry.. but i really like the versatility of this phone so significantly that im trying to look past it.. i simply need to know if anyone else is having these problems with replacements.. or just in general.

  4. I am a existing Omnia (910) user on Verizon who was really disappointed with Windows Mobile 6.1 and Samsung’s shell. Wound up paying for SPB Mobile Shell to have a usable interface and had to abandon Exchange electronic mail because of security restrictions. Fundamentally anytime you tried to spot or acquire a call, you needed to enter your PIN and I was missing calls being a result. Finally determined to abandon smartphones for the time getting (economic explanations) and wait for a great Android product. The Galaxy S (Facinate) really should fit the bill. Disappointed to hear from the GPS concerns. Let me add that Verizon’s 3G assistance was great throughout and I eventually stopped applying WiFi since V3G was plenty quickly ample for me.Interestingly, I’m using the Omnia as being a wireless device close to the property for checking e mail, Twitter, Facebook and uncomplicated browsing. But not as being a telephone!

  5. The Motorola DROID continues to present new possibilities daily. I have had it for about 10 months and I’ve had a Blackberry attached to my body considering that September 1998. Becoming connected is a essential element of my lifestyle so I am always reachable by family and co-workers. I’m a bit addicted for the Industry for DROID Applications. If the device had unlimited memory I would check the capacity. I believe this OS could be the way with the future and intend to develop with all of you to learn it as a result of and via. Thanks for the article.

  6. While I like a bodily keyboard, after dealing with the Samsung Captivate for approximately quarter-hour, it is exhausting to go back. Presently I’m debating whether or not to go to Verizon for the Droid X, move to Dash for the EVO, or stick with AT&T for the Captivate…choices, decisions.

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