Flash Lite 1.1 is not support Unicode, you cannot see much non-English (Latin) based dynamic data Flash Lite content. In Flash Lite 2.0, it claims that it supports Unicode. However, this support is based on limited criteria, for example, if you want to show dynamic Chinese character, your handset OS have to set to a Chinese interface. Here is a test of my friend thor Flash Lite 2 application: FXNA. It is a news aggregator running in my Nokia 6680. In an English Interface: all the Chinese characters become a square. However, in an Chinese (Simplified) Interface: all the Chinese (either Traditional or Simplified) are displayed correctly.
|English Interface||Chinese Interface|
However, in an English Interface, I can write or receive Chinese SMS without any problem. It is only the problem of Flash Lite 2 that is not support Unicode very well.