Honeycomb is Google’s purpose-built tablet interface that uses a radically different interface than 2.x Android builds. However, it seems that at certain resolutions, Honeycomb tablets reverts to a Gingerbread-ish interface. Hardcore hacking isn’t required, either. All it takes is a Honeycomb tablet that’s been granted root access and then an app that switched the pixel density for you. 160ppi or less gets you Honeycomb where anything over 170ppi triggers the Gingerbread interface. See it in action after the break.