Adrian Ludwig from Adobe demos websites Flash and multitouch on Hero. It will be one of the first Android phones to get Flash support of which we have been hearing for a long time now. The transitions between windowed and full screen looks smooth, I wonder how will this work out on our relatively old and slow G1s.
While I think it's great that Google (and HTC) are getting their stuff together as far as making mobile internet more pleasant, it's almost no help to us here in the US who are forced to use T-Mobile as a carrier. For those of you across the pond, T-Mobile in the States is a horrible choice as far as 3G data coverage, and even when you get coverage, don't expect proper 3G speeds. We need an HSDPA-enabled Android phone for AT&T.
I agree. The Sprint Hero is coming out very soon but AT&T has awesome coverage and is perfect where I go. I'm not going to switch and gamble with Sprint just to get the Hero.
Does anyone know if the Flash support is an Android update feature or just in the Hero ? I got my hands on (well not technically yet- it's on its way) an HTC Magic, Rogers version which has 288MB of RAM, so it's basically a Hero without Sense UI, but since the non-Google branded Magics will be getting Sense UI that is bad ass.. and actually muze you might want to take a look at searching for a Rogers HTC Magic on Ebay, that's what I did.. just make sure it's unlocked and you're good to go with AT&T.