Honeycomb has hit the Nexus One, though the tablet OS on the original Google phone won’t exactly set the world on fire, at least not in this early stage. xda-developers’ bypass23 has ported the Android 3.0 SDK to the Nexus One, complete with some tricks and tweaks to make the landscape display work properly and the app drawer function as it should.
Unfortunately, WiFi, phone, Bluetooth, audio and 3D graphics acceleration are all among the things not yet working, so this isn’t the ROM to choose if you actually want a functional smartphone. We’ll see the first official release at Android 3.0 Honeycomb on Thursday, when the Motorola XOOM is released.
[via Android Community]