Galaxy Nexus Flash support incoming

By Luke Edwards on Dec 1, 2011 8:24 AM
Filed under Software

Latest mobile update of Flash is set to arrive on Ice Cream Sandwich in December

If you read our Samsung Galaxy Nexus review, you'll know we were stunned by the device and its Ice Cream Sandwich OS. But there was something missing – yep, Flash was nowhere to be found. Adobe assured us it would come to the rescue one last time for a final mobile Flash update, before killing off new mobile Flash versions for good.

Now the Adobe website has revealed that the update for Flash 11.1 and AIR 3.1 will land on the Galaxy Nexus this December. That means when Tegra 3 handsets like the HTC Edge launch in 2012, they’ll be packing Ice Cream Sandwich with Flash. But by then we'll all be happily using HTML 5. Won't we?

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