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Orange has just unveiled the UK's first Intel-powered Android smartphone, the San Diego. If you're wondering about specifications, we've got you covered. Here's what you'll find under the hood bonnet --

  • CPU: 1.6GHz Intel Atom (Medfield)
  • RAM: 1GB
  • Camera: 8 megapixel
  • Cellular radio: HSPA+
  • Screen size: 4.03 inches
  • Resolution: 1024 x 600 pixels
  • OS: Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) with Orange apps
  • Internal flash memory: 16GB
  • Length: 123 mm
  • Depth: 9.9 mm
  • Weight: 117g
  • Length: 63 mm
  • A-GPS
  • Bluetooth 2.1
  • HDMI-out

Reader comments

Orange San Diego specs


I would be open to an Intel powered phone if the reviews came back favorable, but not one running Gingerbread. Given ICS has been available for more than 6 months, shipping a new phone with GB is inexcusable.

I think Orange have some of the best deals on contracts in the UK, especially through carphone warehouse owned mobiles. co .uk , but I don't see the obsession of Orange to go and absolutely destroy Androids look and make a phone that could be a good value offering and turn it into a hideous bloatware infested piece of OS that looks like literal vomit.

I agree that this is a BIG error from Intel. They needed a pure ICS unbranded device initially so we could see what it was REALLY able to do, not a GB hindered, carrier bloatware infected nightmare like this.

That phone is ugly, so basic looking and running gb outdated os pleeeaze! sad thing is, i know intel could do better than that. Way to enter the android smartphone world with a bang intel (sarcasm).

Who cares about GB? You can always update the software. Did you see the BT 2.1 and the 1024X600 display? Those are the real problems here.

Remember people, this is a first-gen device from Intel on a mobile platform. I suspect second-gen will have dual-core, better screen resolution, and an updated OS.

Don't forget this thing holds its own against last year's dual-core models, running on only a single core cpu.