V3 attended the launch of Orange's San Diego smartphone, getting a video demo of the Intel powered device.
The San Diego is the first Intel powered smartphone to be released in Europe, packing a single-core Atom Z2460 1.6GHz processor that the company claims will outperform most competing dual-core Android devices.
The San Diego is set for release in the UK on 6 June on a £15.50 per month on a two-year contract or £200 on a pay-as-you-go deal.
For a more in-depth look at the handset check out V3's opening hands-on impressions.
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