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Email is smooth, quick, and clean to use without complicated features. All the usual basic features are there, including adding attachments. Text is sent in plain-text and not HTML however.
The clock in the lower-right hand corner displays the notification space, where the screen orientation lock can be enabled, along with Wi-Fi and airplane mode. The rendering of this space is not perfect yet, however.
If your Android device has a camera installed, Honeycomb allows you to take pictures too. There is nothing too special here, however, with some non-Android phones exhibiting better camera features than Honeycomb.