The leaks are coming out fast and furious. It’s almost ridiculous. Luckily, this time it has nothing to do with the Droid 2, and it has nothing to do with August 12th. Well, it’s August related, but at least it’s almost a week later. Anyway, remember that story we told you about, how the FRG01B update for the original Droid, which brought the device to Froyo-land, wasn’t playing well with Adobe’s Flash Player 10.1? Apparently that’s a real issue, and Verizon’s already on top of it.

In this new leak, which is designed to showcase the reasons why the Droid is still great, especially with Android 2.2, it says right there in bold font that the device will be getting Flash Player 10.1 on August 18th. Strange, considering that technically the Flash Player 10.1 Beta is available right now, but we won’t ask questions. Truth be told, we’ll see it when we see it. Any Droid owners out there have FRG01B right now, but can’t use Flash Player? Let us know in the comments.

[via IntoMobile]