Adobe (s ADBE) Flash 10.1 for Android (s goog) isn’t even out yet, but there are already plenty of videos out there teasing us with all the great things a Nexus One will be able to do once you can get the latest version of Flash for it. The most recent teaser comes out of China; it it shows a Nexus one streaming video via Flash P2P.
The video is in Chinese, but it clearly shows a Nexus One accessing a Flash-based P2P web service. The service is informing its visitors that it “may use peer-assisted networking” and asks whether it would be alright to “access your upload bandwidth.” It then joins an RTMFP P2P network, and within seconds launches a video stream. The app is clearly a demo, with a console prominently displaying P2P settings next to the video, and it has since been taken down.