Honeycomb is beginning to reach back into the archives with a couple of new ports for older devices. By older, we mean two of the original Gs to hit the scene, the T-Mobile G1 and the myTouch 3G. This further spits in the face of the notion that Honeycomb requires a set of minimum specifications, though we are certain the G1s hardware isn’t recommended. Joining the myTouch and G1 is the HTC Wildfire, which also received a Honeycomb port.
Now, it should go without saying that these ports are more proof of concept than the sort of thing you want to install on your device. As previously mentioned, the specs of these handsets aren’t the most apt for running Honeycomb, and even if they were the ports are rather non-functional. Pretty impressive, nonetheless.
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- Check out the T-Mobile G1 forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
- Check out the T-Mobile MyTouch 3G forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.