The Bluebird BM180 is an interesting device, and one of the first to embrace the similarity in hardware requirements between Android and Windows Phone.
The device is not actually able to dual-boot Android or Windows Embedded Handheld 8, but can be purchased in a variety of configurations, with one of the options being the OS.
The handset can be customized in terms of RAM (1 or 2 GB), Storage (8 or 16 GB), screen (HD or Full HD), magnetic stripe card reader or contact-less card reader and a variety of other options and comes with a massive 4500 mAh battery.
The handset gives us a glimpse into a possible future where we can custom order handsets much the way we order laptops from Dell, and I think when Windows Phone goes button-less there will be the option for a proper dual-booting device also.
See the full specs after the break.
Thanks Arun for the tip.