Adobe confirms again that Flash 10.1 is coming to Windows Phone 7

Just incase you were worried about the lack of Flash 10.1 support on Windows Phone 7 Adobe has re-affirmed that it is currently in the works (i has already been cofirmed a while ago):

Adobe’s newest Flash Player 10.1 will soon be available on Google’s Android “Froyo” 2.2 operating system for smartphones and other devices, and Adobe’s Murarka said other smartphones would soon support Flash.

“You’re going to see Flash not only on Android. Consumers will see devices from Palm , Research in Motion Ltd’s Blackberry, Nokia’s Symbian and Microsoft Windows Phone 7support the full Flash Player,” Murarka said.

Windows Phone 7 is also mentioned in Adobe’s Fash 10.1 for Mobile FAQ:

Support for New Platforms
Flash Player 10.1 adds support for a broad range of mobile devices, including smartphones, netbooks and other Internet-connected devices, allowing your content to reach your customers wherever they are. Target mobile operating systems for Flash Player include: Android, Microsoft Windows Phone 7, Palm webOS, and Symbian S60 V5 * **.

Source: Reuters, Adobe