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  • 24 February, 2010

Effect of Flash on Nexus One.

After the announcement of Flash 10.1 on the Nexus One almost everyone in the Android community got really excited (and they still are), but we still didn’t know how flash would affect the phones battery life. Well, the flash team at Adobe has decided to take it upon themselves to test the effect of flash on the Nexus. They have tested the effects of different configurations (i.e., 3G, Brightness, Bluetooth) to find the effects off all settings plus flash on battery life, and have reported over 3 hours of video play back over wifi. I know this may not seem like much time, but I’m sure most of you will be able to find a median between how much you play with flash and how often you charge the phone. Do you guys have any worry about this?

Here is Adobes video about battery performance:

Battery Performance with Flash Player 10.1 on the Nexus One from Mark Doherty on Vimeo.

Not only that how often do you think you will use flash a day? Do you guys feel flash will impact your daily routine use of your Android phone?

[via flashmobileblog]