UK network Orange’s budget-friendly smartphone San Francisco II has been outted online by Orange itself!
A gaff on the help and support section of the not-so-bright carrier’s website leaked the photos, spec and how to guides for the new low-end mobile before it’s been official unveiled and we now know that the San Fran Mark 2will come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread as OS of choice powered by an 800MHz processor with 512MB of internal memory with Micro-SD support. The mobile also features a 5-megapixel camera with flash and auto-focus. Respectable spec for a wallet-friendly mobile gadget.
The premature help page for the Orange San Francisco II has since been pulled, but a description read:
“The Orange San Francisco II is the successor product to the market leading Orange San Francisco. Not only does the San Francisco II support HD Voice, but it also supports WiFi, Signal Boost & Mobile Mail. The Orange San Francisco II has a capacitive touchscreen and runs Android Gingerbread, so it’s fantastic value for money. Browse and download thousands of apps from Android Market, but there’s also a few handy Orange apps pre-installed. Get 2-for-1 cinema tickets with Orange Wednesdays, check your account via Your Orange, save or retrieve your number using contacts backup and browse Facebook and Twitter on the move.”
No details on when the San Francisco II will drop, or that ‘value for money’ price. The Gadget Helpline will deliver the latest as it surfaces.. again!
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