We all know that Android 3.0 Honeycomb is the tablet-optimized version of Google’s mobile operating system, but that doesn’t mean someone smart and slick enough isn’t able to do wonders with it – check out said version of the OS run on an HTC Desire HD, which is a proof of concept at the moment. After all, doing so isn’t such a wise idea since even smartphones with the largest display will still have too small of a screen to make Honeycomb worth using, although the Desire HD’s 4.3″ display might just make the cut – barely for some. Don’t expect performance of the operating system to be top notch, you have been warned! To see this port work, why not check out the video in the extended post?
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