If you are lucky enough to already own a Motorola Droid 2 handset, then you’ll want to check out this handy video that Adobe just released. It gives us a brief demo of Flash 10.1 running on the Droid 2, which is also pretty useful for those still deciding whether to pick one up or not.
As reported from BGR, Adobe has made no secret of the fact that the Motorola Droid 2 is officially the first handset to come with Flash 10.1 straight out of the box, so they have wasted no time in letting consumers know what features Flash Player 10.1 brings to the table.
As you would expect from the Droid 2, browsing Flash content on the mobile browser is a pretty smooth experience, with sites like BBC News and the NYTimes loading in next to nothing. You’ll now be able to watch YouTube videos more easily, while flash-based gaming sites are also more accessible with Flash 10.1.
Check out the video over at Adobe here.
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