By Anton D. Nagy | March 2, 2011 5:12 AM
We knew it was really just a matter of time until we’ll see Honeycomb booming on all smartphones that can handle it since the moment we’ve checked it out on our Google Nexus One.
The budget HTC Wildfire has received its Android 3.0 Honeycomb treat but its fair enough to mention that there are currently less things working than not. If you can’t live without trying it out though and don’t mind the lack of sensors, Wi-Fi, sound, and camera operations, you can check it out now.
Of course, the T-Mobile G1, the real classic, couldn’t be left out of 3.0 and, as with the case of the Wildfire above, if you don’t mind temporarily loosing functionalities like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 3G, SMS, and MMS, you can follow the source link below to play around with Google’s latest tablet platform.
As we’ve discussed in our 4th episode of the Pocketnow PocketCast (17:27), Android 3.0 is really useless on a smaller than (at least) five-inch display because the way it was built, having the tablets in mind. But, there are times our inner geek takes over…