A PS Vita copy has been spotted, called the Droid X360. Unlike the PS Vita, the X360 runs Android 4.0 and comes pre-installed with a number of emulators and can run native Android apps, so you can get your favourite Android app onto the device.
The device sports a 1.5GHz processor, 512MB of RAM and 8GB built-in storage (so a memory card is not needed). The device has a decent resolution of 800×400 and includes touchscreen, HDMI video-out, cameras and more.
Since the Droid X360 uses Android, the device has a far better browser than the PS Vita, and lets you run Flash and view HTML5 videos – two things that the PS Vita doesn’t support. Check out the device in the video below:
The device is probably also much cheaper than the PS Vita, and already includes more games.