Honeycomb Ported to the HTC Magic / T-Mobile G1 : Really?!

| March 2, 2011 | Reply

Didn’t we tell you it was just a matter of time we saw honeycomb ports flying out the door? Well we have a pretty good working ROM already on the first Android device to grace this earth which is even more amazing. A couple developers managed to grab the newest Android operating system and make it work well on the oldest device, which still has me amazed. Granted if you watch the video below it is a bit choppy and laggy at time BUT< the hardware also isn’t the best for the job. I am amazed that phone can run Honeycomb even with the slow performance. I am pretty sure the developers who made this used the full SDK package that is out which still makes my jaw drop at how much time they probably spent on this before the actually Honeycomb source code is dropped for developers. Check out the video below and let us know what phone you want to have a taste of Honeycomb on!

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