Android Jelly Bean works on first ever Android phone
Android Jelly Bean has been ported to the T-Mobile G1, the first ever Android smartphone
T-Mobile's G1, the first phone to launch on Android can run Android Jelly Bean.
A hacker on XDA-Developers posted a video of Google's latest operating system running on the device, which launched way back in 2008.
As you'd expect, the software runs pretty slow, despite some features including data and screen rotation not yet working.
However, the touchscreen, Wi-Fi, apps, and Google Now all work to some degree.
The T-Mobile G1, which was officially called the HTC Dream has a pretty low-rate spec in comparison to smartphones launching on Android Jelly Bean.
In fact, with only 528MHz of processing power, 256MB internal storage and 192MB RAM, it's way under the minimum specs set by Google on the launch of Jelly Bean.
As of yet, only the Google Nexus series of devices and Motorola's Xoom and can run Android Jelly Bean, but judging by the number of announcements made by HTC, Samsung and Sony, we can expect to see the flagship devices all getting an update soon.
Check out this video to see the port in action: