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The San Diego is powered by Intel Atom Z2460

First ever Intel-powered smartphone launched by Orange

Orange has unveiled a new high-performance Android smartphone powered by Intel Inside called the San Diego.

The smartphone will be available exclusively on Orange from June 6th onwards, and will be powered by the Intel Atom processor Z2460, which supports HSPA with the Intel XMM 6260 platform.

The San Diego features HD video, 1080p video capture, image stabilisation and HDMI out. The handset has a built in 8mp camera featuring ‘Burst’ mode, which enables users to take ten pictures in under a second. Also included is a 4.03-inch display, A-GPS and Bluetooth 2.1.

Paul Jevons, director of Products and Devices at Orange commented: “We’re proud to be working with such an exciting partner as Intel, and offering our customers the first Orange Intel powered smartphone on the market.”

“The San Diego is a great addition to our own-branded device portfolio, and is testament to our heritage in offering consumers great value innovation."

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