Andy Rubin, the project lead on Google's Android phone OS, told the New York Times in an interview that the next major Android release, code-named Froyo, will officially support Flash 10.1.
The wording doesn't indicate whether Flash itself will come built-in, but suffice to say it's an interesting development for both the growing phone platform and developers looking to expand their reach — oh, and the potential of a streaming site like Hulu coming on-board. Want to jump into Flash on Android first thing? Sign up for the beta test at Adobe's site. [New York Times via Android and Me]