By the looks of the following videos, someone has managed to get Android working on a Nokia n95 in one form or another. During the videos we can (sort of) see a dual boot Android / Symbian setup, Google maps running and a voice call being made. However, like most UFO footage and Bigfoot sightings, the video quality is absolutely hideous—which does nothing but generate skepticism. So the lesson here is if you have a genuine breakthrough that you want to catch on film, get a decent camera to do the job.
It is sad to think that some day in the not-too-distant-future, these terrible video and picture quality leaks might no longer exist. They are such a staple of the gadget-geek world, and as the quality continues to improve on our photo/video devices, the only way you would get a video this bad would be to put a 'bad video quality' filter on the sucker. I, for one, will miss them when they are gone.
@mcdonnr: I was merely trying to get someone to take pity on me and buy me a pair of Nike's.