Adobe have previous said that Flash 10.2 wasn't capable of living up to the expectations of people and running in full hardware-accelerated on Android's Honeycomb-based tablets. It seems that Adobe have solved this problem with Android 3.1 - which means the new build of Android has been namechecked by Adobe and now we know of its existence.
As for the screenshot above, the Android Market was updated this morning with a new version of Flash Player 10.2 (10.2.157.51) which states "requires Android 3.1".
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