Every once and in a while an event occurs that threatens to destabilize the very foundation of our universe. Getting Android to run on the iPhone is one of those events. And you can have a part in it.
Sears, via Canadian electronics site Factory Direct, is selling one such monstrosity. For $264 you can reap the benefits of both worlds, running the forever customizable Android on a slick and glossy iPhone.
The phone runs Android 2.2, and even comes with a little Android logo emblazoned on the back. There are a lot of funny bits in the product's description, including mentions of the iPhones dual-SIM support and Media Tek MTK6516 416MHZ processor.
Of course, getting Android to run on the iPhone isn't exactly a new phenomenon, but it is a bit strange that Sears of all places would have a hand in selling such a mutant. I'd wager it won't be long until Apple requests the thing get taken down, assuming that it's real, of course.
Someone feel like losing $264?
Update: According to Sears, the product has already been pulled. The company issued this statement:
"Thank you for bringing us your concern. This product was sourced via our Marketplace Seller, and we have immediately taken action and removed these products from the site."