A video of Google’s Nexus One phone featuring the upcoming Android 2.2 (codename FroYo) firmware has appeared. See the image of the Android 2.2 (Froyo) home screen. The image has been extracted out of a video posted on Adobe employee, Ryan Stewart’s blog. The video of the Android 2.2 (Froyo) update running on the Nexus One clearly demonstrates Flash 10.1 capabilities. Video after the jump!
The image is showing a new search box with a small arrow below the ‘G’ indicates that Google is now giving a user to conduct their search through different search engines. An updated launcher that might come along with android 2.2 will allow you to launch your app list, phone dialer, or browser. A little android mascot is also made available which might act as an assistant to those who are new to android platform. It might act as a shortcut for android help guide.
Android 2.2 will have “full support for Adobe’s Flash standard” and Chrome. However, it is not clear that the Android smartphone will have pre-installed Flash version or required to download Flash 10.1 for android separately. This integration will enable the websites supporting Flash content to be accessible from the Android devices those using the Froyo aka android 2.2 Operating system.
Most likely all the said features would be announced on the top of Android 2.2 at Google I/O event in May 2010 and Adobe is expected to release Flash Player 10.1 by the end of June. Complete list of features of Android 2.2 Froyo can be found here.
via - androidguys