Tinhte from Vietnam have the first screenshots of the iPod touch with a 2 megapixel camera. The “DVT-1” stamp on the back makes it clear that this’s an early design verification test unit in evolution of product testing. A check of the device’s serial number identifies a late 2009 third generation iPod touch — could be that this device was one of those eBay prototypes that never made it to production for whatever reason. A sticker shown in one of the photos appears to indicate it’s a 64GB prototype of new iPod touch. Besides new addition of the camera, exterior of the device appears to be the same as the last generation. Foxconn label appears to indicate a 64GB model (“64G” using a pair of Samsung 32GB Flash modules presumably) in addition to a 2 megapixel, backside illuminated sensor manufactured by Omnivision (part OV2665-6s). Video after the break.