The latest version of Adobe Flash 10.2 is set to make its debut on the Android devices starting March 18. Announcing this in its official blog, Adobe said that the latest version of Flash will be released for the newly launched Android 2.2, which is better known as the Froyo.
However, a Beta version will be released for the Android Honeycomb based tablet computers. Further updates and patches will be made available for the tablets later, when it will be regular version.
The features of the tablet version include better hardware integration for faster video playback at a higher frame rate while reducing CPU (Central Processing Unit) activity. Better integration with the internet browser provides faster and better rendering for flash enabled content on websites.
For smartphones, the new release brings enhanced performance for both gaming and web browsing as the new release allows better usage of the graphics engine found on most of the newer devices.
Users can download the Adobe Flash 10.2 from the Google Android store from their devices on or after March 18.