I'd also like to add that porting Android to a phone is a herculean effort because the hardware needs to be reverse-engineered from the original OS. Even if an official port of Android exists for this CPU, the kernel needs a lot of work. Even a well-maintained and coordinated effort like the ports to the various HTC WinMo phones have not resulted in usable Android releases for day-to-day use for all phones yet. As far as I know, only two older models are fully supported (the Vogue and the Kaiser). If you need the phone as more than an experimental Android test-drive, I can only recommend buying a comes-with-Android phone.
Obviously this is not meant to diss the developers of these projects, as they are doing an amazing job in a difficult situation, and there is steady progress. Just don't hold your breath, they are doing it in their spare time and will need a lot of that :)