PlayStation Vita Web Browser Won’t Support Flash At Launch

By | October 26, 2011 | 2 Comments

PlayStation Vita

PlayStation Vita, the upcoming handheld game console by Sony itself, won’t support Adobe Flash at launch, according to industry sources.

For what appears to be a common trend these days, Vita’s web browser will rely on HTML5 standards instead. While no further details are known, it is also said to support the JavaScript version 1.7, which is few releases behind the latest, 1.8.5 version (as released on July 27, 2010).

If you are interested in hardware details, feel free to check the original source below.

Via: Siliconera
Source: Famitsu


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  • Anonymous

    I’m sure it will barely support web standards also.

    The very definition of a shit sandwich.

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    ls are known, it is also said to support the JavaScript version 1.7, which is few releases behind