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									               Orange San Diego Android Smartphone
Orange finally has announced the availability dates for their own-branded San Diego
Android smartphone. Previously known as the Santa Clara, the Orange San Diego will be
launched on June 6 at launch event in the London, with prices starting at £199.99 for Orange
Pay As You Go customers and at £10 for customers that sign-up for a two year contract that
runs until 25th July with the carrier, it’s looking a very tempting prospect.

The Orange San Diego uses an 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z2460 processor (with XMM 6260
HSPA+ connectivity) and will run Google Android Gingerbread with a planned upgrade to
Ice Cream Sandwich later in the year, which has been paired here with Android 2.3. Inside
there’s 16GB of mounted storage and an 8-Megapixel camera .

Measuring 123mm x 63mm x 9.99m and weighs just 117g, the Orange San Diego Android
Smartphone comes with a 4.03-inch, it’s a tidy looking device, feeling similar in the hand to
an iPhone 4S size-wise with its relative lack of curves. High-definition (HD) video, including
1080p resolution is supported, image stabilisation and HDMI out, as well as mobile HD voice
service for higher audio quality.

Alongside Orange’s network, San Diego customers will also get access to T-Mobile’s 2G and
3G signals following a programme to seamlessly link both networks under the Everything
Everywhere partnership.

The Orange San Diego Android Smartphone is one of the first Intel-based Android handsets,
it’s will be available on June 6 at Orange shops, Orange telesales and the Orange online shop.
According to The Verge, that £200 price tag is an introductory price that will increase, so you
may want to get in early if this handset is on your shopping list.

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