We first heard that the Nook was hacked earlier this morning, but details were rather non-existent. Fret not – here are more details concerning the hack. The device was hacked in order to make it run on a stock version of Android 1.5. Currently, it was customized primarily to cover the regular interface and optimize it to take advantage of the device’s unique dual-display design. Within, we discover that the Nook runs on a Samsung S3C6410 ARM processor which is capable of rendering OpenGL ES 2.0-level graphics while running applications off a 2GB microSD memory card.
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