Earlier this year, Google announced the Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) operating system. Motorola Xoom is the first tablet to feature the Android 3.0 OS. Google clearly mentioned that the Android Honeycomb OS is made exclusively for the tablet devices and it cannot be used in smartphones.
Recently, XDA-Developer’s bypass23 has successfully managed to port the Android Honeycomb SDK to the Google branded Nexus One smartphone. Since the Honeycomb OS is not made for smartphones, he managed to port the OS with some tricks and tweaks to make the landscape display work properly on the Nexus One.
Currently, the app drawer is working properly on the Nexus One. But the Wi-Fi, phone, accelerometer, sound, camera, Bluetooth and 3D acceleration are not functional. You can check out the screenshots below, just to see how Android Honeycomb looks on the 3.7 inch display of the Google Nexus One.