The first Intel powered Android phone in the UK looks set to be released by Orange in the very near future. The UK operator has unveiled a registration page for the Santa Clara phone, a device which may also get a new name by the time it is released.
The smartphone “with Intel Inside®” sports a 1.6GHz Intel® processor, 8MP camera that takes up to 10 photos a second and 16GB user memory. Apparently it is a “stylish Orange exclusive”.
What I want to know is why does Orange only pick pseudo-exotic names? The Barcelona and San Francisco have all been released before but who picks them? And what is wrong with the Orange Skegness? I think it would sell a few.