There's very little information in the product description, but for my 7 quid I ended up with a board known as "A5-V11", which has a RT5350, 4M SPI flash, 32M RAM. It is supported by openwrt (here) but the current bleeding edge with the defaults set is too big. It fits if you drop the IPv6 related packages.
It's already well documented so there isn't any need for much more here. Worth noting is that a standard SOIC clip (i.e. Pomona-style) won't quite make contact due to the position of the big capacitor in the middle. The micro USB port is only used for power... so for future experiments I wired the UART to it following the same pinout as Mediatek stuff. A resistor is required on RX or it won't boot (value not critical, also works fine with 330 ohm).
|Maybe needs a couple of blobs of hot glue|
|The jffs2 thing is a known bug|