Here’s a quick demo of the Adobe Flash Player 10.1 that’s coming to Nexus One.
The highlights of Google Nexus One over an iPhone isn’t that it has about 35% faster 1Ghz Snapdragon CPU processor (instead of iPhone’s 666Mhz Snapdragon CPU) or that Nexus One has a whopping 5 mega-pixel camera and two microphones for noise-suppression, but that Nexus One will be(is already for me) supporting Adobe’s Flash Player 10.1.
Of course, if you install Modaco’s HTC Desire ROM (You can read up on how to install HTC Desire ROM on your Nexus One btw.), you can already enjoy Flash Player 10.1 as I have been doing for the last few weeks, allowing you to view flash-based websites plus play free flash games!
Anyways, being able to browse flash websites will become a big deal because that means Nexus One will have another billion flash-based sites, adding to the number of apps as a lot of flash content be counted as “apps”.