The Chinese version of Engadget has posted photos of a device called the HKC Pearl running the Android OS. The interesting thing? It also appears to run Windows Mobile as well. We’ve got photos and a video of the phone running Android after the jump.
The device appears to feature a 2.8″ QVGA touchscreen display, a trackball for navigation, a 624MHz CPU, 256MB of ROM, and 128MB of RAM. It also appears to be a quad-band GSM/EDGE device, features WiFi and GPS support, sports a 1250mAh battery, and weighs 128g while measuring 109.1mm x 59mm x 15.5mm in size. A microSDHC compatible card slot also appears to be built-in, and it looks like it has a 2 megapixel camera on board as well.
All in a design that is very clearly a rip-off of the HTC Touch.
If your Chinese is better than mine, you can look at what appears to be a full spec listing.
Thanks to Paul from Droideo.com for the tip.