Windows Mobile always boasted some kind of Flash support – while not native as in other platforms, a downloadable Flash plug-in allows our boxen to access quite a few pages. Unfortunately, the emphasis is on few…as applets which require advanced functionality tend to break the plug-in.

Our handsets might just be in luck – the slide below is from an Adobe keynote:
flash 10 smartphone Adobe: Flash 10 mobile beta drops in October

As of now, nobody knows which devices will be affected – but things nevertheless could get very interesting soon…

The full slide deck can be had here:

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