Engadget’s Flash Face Off Pins Android 2.1 Against Android 2.2 [VIDEO]

Engadget decided to give the Android faithful a head to head video showing Flash 10.1 versus Flash Lite.  In one corner we have a Nexus One running Android 2.2 with Flash 10.1 installed.  In the other corner, we have an HTC Desire running Flash Lite in the browser.  With nearly equal hardware, will there be much of a difference in performance?  Well, can’t spoil things for you so you’ll have to watch.

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  1. areyouserious
    May 24, 19:47 Reply

    lol what a pile of sh*t you're comparing 10.1 to flash lite and stating that the playback of the desire in FLASH vs nexus is crap?

    fanboy! the htc is on par if not better than the n1, try putting 10.1 on that!

    • nEE
      May 25, 20:37 Reply

      Well the point is to compare the improvement in flash 10. beta with flash lite.
      Not the phones themselves.

      i dont see any "fanboy" in that

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