If there was ever any question as to the existence of Android 2.2 (Froyo), this seems to settle it. AndroidandMe appears to have obtained a screenshot (and video) of Android 2.2 running on a Nexus One with integrated Flash 10.1. Word on the street is that Froyo will be officially revealed on May 19th at the start of the Google I/O developer conference. Perhaps there will even be a ceremony unveiling the new sweet dessert alongside its delicious brethren at the Googleplex.
You may remember that Adobe recently handed out Android phones to many of their employees, and by the looks of things, some lucky people got a frosty dairy dessert. The screenshot was revealed by Adobe Evangelist Ryan Stewart in a video posted to youtube of Flash 10.1 running on the Nexus One. The big reveal comes toward the end of the video (6:30) where the new desktop can be seen sporting an "updated luancher, Android tutorial, and new global search box." Here are some more rumored features, courtesy of AndroidandMe:
Anyone getting hungry for some Froyo mixed with some tasty Flash? I hear it's to die for! Leave your recipes in the comments!