Sweet Android Honey and the latest to have tasted the sticky stuff is the Streak 7 from Dell. Unofficially of course as Dell is yet to make any noise of that sort. Named HoneyStreak HD7, it has all been the work of DJ Steve and is not without its own set of problems. But then, even official Android Honeycomb version too aren’t fully devoid of bugs. Also, another reason for there being quite a few issues with the latest iteration of Android is that Google is yet to release the source code for the same to developers.
So what this means is that one should be prepared for surprises as the road to Android 3.2 Honey on the Dell Streak 7 can be pretty eventful. However, the satuatory warning apart, what you get in the end can be well worth it as some point out, its considerably better than 3.1.
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