The Android 3.0 Honeycomb SDK preview was released just yesterday for the world to see, and now there is a system dump available for those interested. It’s not the complete SDK, though, as it has yet to be officially released, but a sizable chunk is now yours to dig through, if you’re so inclined (and able).
Since this is just a SDK preview, there likely won’t be any SDK-made ROMs available anytime soon, and even when the full SDK is available, the ROMs made from it won’t be amazing. We’re going to have to wait for the source code to be released before we see some quality ROMs being released. Still, the current dump has Honeycomb’s frameworks, wallpapers, and some apps (Google Apps not included).
So if you’re curious as to what is in the system dump, hit up the link below and start digging. Even if you can’t do much with it yet, this will give you a glimpse of what’s to come in the very near future. We hope Google decides to drop the full SDK on us soon, as I’d love to see some ROMs, even if they are buggy, being released for existing tablets soon.
Android’s sexiest version is within reach, and we’ve been given a small taste. Who’s ready for the real deal?