We've previously reported on the union of Android and OpenMoko (the Open Source mobile platform before Android) and some shots of Android running on an OpenMoko Neo FreeRunner have popped up yet again. The FreeRunner looks the same as previous generations which doesn't exactly bode well since Android is a lot more intensive than OpenMoko was. It has the basic specs of any smartphone: A 400 MHz processor, WiFi, aGPS, Bluetooth, and a microSD slot.

Either way, even if this isn't exactly the NEWEST of hardware, we can stick it out. Old hardware or not, more devices on Android is always a good thing.