Motorola and Verizon announce DROID 2 with Flash Player 10.1 preinstalled

Motorola and Verizon announce pre-sale of DROID 2 by Motorola starts Aug 11 with Android 2.2 and Adobe Flash Player 10.1 preinstalled.
DROID 2 is a feature-packed device that helps manage work and social life with an enhanced QWERTY keyboard, increased processing power, ultra high-speed Web browsing, 3G Mobile HotSpot capabilities, full push corporate e-mail, intuitive social messaging and Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1 for access to the full web on the go – all built on Android 2.2.  Flash Player 10.1 lets mobile users experience millions of websites the way they were meant to be seen – with rich Internet applications (RIAs), content inside the browser, including games, animations, data presentations and visualizations, e-commerce, music, video, audio and more. DROID 2 by Motorola will be available at on August 11, and it will be in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores beginning August 12 for $199.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement.  To learn more about DROID 2 in action, visit .   To get started optimizing your web content for mobile devices, see

Check out this video , where Diana Helander of Adobe demos the full web on the new DROID 2 by Motorola running Flash Player 10.1. DROID 2 is the first smartphone to ship out of the box with Flash Player 10.1 and benefit from HW decoding of all H.264 video profiles in Flash Player.

3 Responses to Motorola and Verizon announce DROID 2 with Flash Player 10.1 preinstalled

  1. Kai Shuman says:

    I have Android 2.2. but I can’t find out how to d/l Flash Player 10.1 to my DROID which just was updated to 2.2. Help?

  2. Mick Lerlop says:

    If you got the initial OTA update for your Droid, it didn’t come with Flash. Have you tried looking in in the Android Market? According to, it should be there. If it isn’t there, MOTO might push out another OTA update with Flash soon.

  3. Robert Johnson says:

    Android 2.2 ships with flash 10.1.

    When I first got my update, I was searching the app store for flash as well, but then I realized it was already installed. Try going into your browser settings and enabling plug-ins. It should work after that.

    Sprint Evo here.