Orange has unveiled a new branded Android smartphone, bringing high-end specs for a bargain.
Named after ‘America’s Finest City’ - San Diego - the handset features a none-too-shabby a 1.6GHz single-core Atom Z2460 Medfield processor, a 4.03-inch display, an eight-megapixel camera with a10fps burst mode and HD recording skills in 1080p.
Also on board is 16GB of internal storage, Near Field Communications (NFC) technology and an HDMI out socket. Although it runs on the slightly dated Gingerbread edition of Android, an upgrade to the latest Ice Cream Sandwich will be rolled out before the end of the year.
Granted you can find most or all of these features on other smartphones. But what sets the San Diego apart, just like its San Francisco-branded cousins, is that it costs a wallet-friendly £199.99 (or free on a £15.50 contract). To us, that seems like a reasonable outlay for what you’re getting.
Interested? Well you’re in luck, it’s available to pick up today.
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