Adobe has let the cat out of the bag by inadvertently confirming Google’s imminent Gingerbread launch.
The confirmation came when the company posted updates to both AIR 2.5 and Flash 10.1 for Android. The update release notes explicitly mention updates for compatibility with Android 2.3, which was finished last month but still isn’t official. Both updates otherwise only fix security exploits.
According to Android Spin, Gingerbread is widely expected to reach the may be video chat, while WebM video and visual effects may make up the other suspected additions.
Most of the truly significant updates are now thought to be coming with Honeycomb in early 2011. The release, likely 3.0, should be the first to be tablet-optimized and may also have a stronger gaming focus for the sake of the PlayStation phone.