Check out the DROID X360, a fake PS Vita running Android 4.0

It looks like some people out there are trying to be really creative with Android. Somebody in China decided to borrow Sony’s design of the PS Vita, slap Android onto it with a bunch of emulators and yeah give it the name Droid X360–XBOX360 anyone? You’ll probably get one of these in some Chinese market at Beijing for cheap.

The Droid X360 is a pretty impressive piece of hardware with a 1.5GHz single-core processor, 515MB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, 2MP front camera, VGA rear camera, 5-inch display and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. That’s not all, it also features some old Nintendo, Sega and Playstation emulators. And if you recall, Google does NOT like emulators.

Because of copyright infringements, we’ll definitely never see the Droid X360 hit the US. If you really need to get one,  you could always contact Long Xun and inquire about pricing and availability.

via Shanzhaiben | Engadget

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