LMFAO... Lack of an SD card also means no access to mass storage via USB: In other words, your average (novice) user won't be able to side-load content.
android just keeps getting more pathetic as it runs out of ideas to steal from Nokia, RIM, MS, and Apple.
you can always ROOT it as it is a norm for android limitations....just kidding
well flash isnt must have and in the end of the day its a mobile phone not a pc
Stadtionalist, 21 Nov 2011Be careful Google or you might get sued again for copying another company with your "not ... moreDid you read the article before you made that comment or are you such an apple fanboy that you just couldn't resist the urge to take a shot at android?? "Flash doesn't support ICS" might be a case here for getting your facts straight before you shoot off at the mouth.
An inability to use Flash on a mobile phone is Nature's way of telling you that you are trying to do too much with your phone.
ffs Adobe, just make the fricking Flash plugin for mobiles open source and let the community support it and fix sh1te that you couldn't be bothered doing
AnonD-5449, 21 Nov 2011Lol it is not a cap to save battery. A display at 60 Hz refresh rate can only show up to 60 fp... moreIt's always been there, don't forget Android is using open source WebKit which Apple made.
AnonD-252, 21 Nov 2011Flash is far from dead, and HTML5 is not really fully born yet, because HTML5 can still not ev... moreYou are wrong.
So you think that web based video can't be watched on iPhones, iPods, iPads or any other devices without Flash installed OR computers using Flash blockers and watching web based video in full screen.
Well they can and have been doing so for years.
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2011Looks like iPhone 4S is fastest in 2nd video. Running at 60fps, which is max speed there. It c... moreLol it is not a cap to save battery. A display at 60 Hz refresh rate can only show up to 60 fps, exceeding frames are useless. And a little hint for you, the prowess on the HTML5 test does not depend on the performance of the phone, it depends on how good the HTML5 support is. And now after Adobe does not provide Mobile Flash support anymore for Android, the HTML5 support on Android will soon (I guess) improve.
AnonD-4697, 21 Nov 2011This can be useful even Windows Phone 7 is faster than Android and iOS http://www.youtube.c... moreLooks like iPhone 4S is fastest in 2nd video. Running at 60fps, which is max speed there. It could ran a lot higher I guess but that is the cap speed to save battery.
Be careful Google or you might get sued again for copying another company with your "not bringing flash".
"So, the next major Android version isn't getting official Flash support"
No. It means that NO mobile device will have any further flash support beyond the next player. Amazingly enough.
Even with the "final" revision of flash, the handset will still do more of the internet than something without any flash whatsoever.
Because oddly enough, this handset will still be able to run AIR and HTML 5. It is not an either or scenario.
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2011How is this an apple win? Does android not get html 5. Winning is doing something that someo... moreIt is a win in principle, where Adobe admits that what Apple had said about Flash on mobile to be true. They also admitted to HTML5 being the future, exactly as Steve Jobs said.
So, maybe victory isn't the word, but it certainly is vindication.
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2011Apple win!!!!How is this an apple win? Does android not get html 5. Winning is doing something that someone else can't do. You know, like 4G LTE, SD expansion, bluetoothe file transfer...etc..etc etc...
AnonD-252, 21 Nov 2011Android can use both Flash and HTML5, so Apple still lose!And not exactly, in test made by many users and magazine Windows Phone 7 Mango has a better and faster HTML5 navigation than Android and iOS...
AnonD-252, 21 Nov 2011More "friendly!? Visit this page http://music.googlevendorcontent.com/about/tour/ using I... moreDid you know Goolge is already working in convert all their pages on HTML5 format? They are already release free tools for convertion...the path is open...
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2011Apple win!!!!Android can use both Flash and HTML5, so Apple still lose!