Adobe Flash 10.1 Delay: New Release Date is 2H 2010

By Alan Ng - Apr 18, 2010

Some disappointing news for those of you looking forward to Adobe Flash 10.1 in the first half of this year, as Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen has revealed that the release date has been pushed into the second half of 2010.

As reported from BGR, Adobe Flash 10.1 for smartphones was initially expected during the best part of 2010, but now we wont see it until further on into the year.

The smartphones in question are for those running Android, webOS and BlackBerry handsets, but there was some good news to come from the CEO.

He hinted that Adobe Flash-enabled tablets will be released at roughly the same time as Flash 10.1, which are thought to be Android or Google Chrome based.

Let us know your thoughts on the delay, more information over at BGR.

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  • cachis

    So the motorola cliq won’t support it?

  • Michael

    Latest reports advised that only the Motorola Droid and the Nexus One will be supported upon the release of the software upgrade due to the hardware requirements of the software itself. Other phones will be able to run Flash Lite if their OS and hardware will handle it.

    I'm not pleased with the decision to push back the release of the software upgrade, but I am pleased to see that my phone is still scheduled to receive the update.

  • phat

    Will it be available on the htc hero because I'm hearing other wise

  • jccrofty30

    This is SEVERELY disappointing…

  • Socron

    Wah