MWC – Orange to release Intel’s Santa Clara

Remember the Orange London we mentioned a short while back? Well, it turns out that this is real after all. It’s had a slight name-change, but the Intel innards are right there. The Orange Santa Clara will use an Intel Atom Z2460  CPU and will feature a fast camera, NFC, 16GB of memory, HD voice and 1080p HDMI out. It’s exclusive to the network and Orange are the first operator in Europe to launch it, and word has it that it’ll be quite cheap too.

The camera on this can apparently snap ten 8 megapixel shots in less than a second. Other specs include that 4.03″ display (600×1024) a second front-facing camera, image stabilization, GPS and WiFi. We’ve got a few more shots below plus you can grab the full specs on the link


Link – Full specs

MWC   Orange to release Intels Santa Clara

Specification:-

  • Intel Atom Z2460 1.6GHz Medfield-based processor
  • 8MP shooter – 10 images in one second, video at 1080p
  • a 1.3MP front-facing camera
  • 4.3-inch (600 x 1024) display
  • 16GB of internal storage
  • NFC support
  • Bluetooth 2.1
  • WiFi
  • GPS
  • HDMI-out
  • 123mm long by 63mm wide by 9.99mm deep
  • weighs 117 grams
  • 14 days of standby battery life and eight hours of talk time

 

 

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