Efforts to put Android 2.3.1 on the Nokia N900 came to fruition last week, and now there’s a video demo to prove it. DrunkDebugger has released footage of the platform transplant – which is still a work-in-progress for the moment – and while the resistive touchscreen of the N900 might not be up there alongside capacitive displays, the whole experience looks solid.
Video demo after the cut
Some of the elements still being worked on may give would-be platform hoppers a pause, with the camera, voice calls, audio codecs and GPS all still giving DrunkDebugger trouble. This is billed as an experimental build; a release version was tipped for distribution at around the new year.