With the rumors saying that Android 2.4 is in fact Honeycomb for phones, we wouldn’t be surprised to see the full-fledged Android 3.0 on handsets in mere months. Till then we have the Motorola Bee concept running this OS and looking good while doing it. The Honeycomb handset was created by joyStudios.


Design-wise we’re dealing with a relative to the Moto Atrix, one that comes with 3G+ support, an 8MP camera (full HD capture), a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED multitouch display and 32/64GB of internal memory. There’s also an incredible 5MP videocall camera upfront and the display supports a mind blowing 1280 x 720 pixel resolution.

Android 3.0 has been customized for this handset, as far as the UI is concerned, but that didn’t mean dumbing it down, if you’re worried. Will Moto Bee ever be more than a concept?

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