Honeycomb port on the Nexus One

Anytime a new Android SDK comes out, you'll quickly see an onslaught of ports popping up on various phones. These aren't even unofficial builds, but ports from the Android system images build into the SDK.

But that doesn't mean they're not fun to play with.

We've gotten to use a number of Honeycomb tablets on a number of occasions. And scaling things down to smartphone size is, well, tough. Obviously it's not what was intended. But it's also fairly functional, though we're not anywhere near having a Honeycomb smartphone as our daily driver just yet.

Anyhoo, check it out after the break. And dive into the Android Central Forums if you're looking to try a port on your phone.


Reader comments

Running a Honeycomb SDK port is fun, but not all that useful just yet


Also had it running on my Desire, and even though it is a SDK port, it's still a lot better on the phone than in the emulator.
And for someone that wasn't at MWC seeing all those cool honeycomb tablets, it's nice to look at it on your phone.

PS. don't got a single problem hitting those buttons :p

It's awesome to see the devs working on this. Doesn't seem at all practical yet. With time it'll improve.

What's with the different video player? Why not YouTube?