V3 takes you through the strengths and weaknesses of Europe's first Intel-powered Android smartphone.
The San Diego features a single-core Atom Z2460 1.6GHz processor that Intel claims is tailor made for Android and should be able to match most dual-core handsets' performance.
The device is currently available for £200 on pay-as-you-go and £15 per month on contract.
Despite its modest price the device features some pretty impressive technology, including a 4in 600x1024 pixel display.
However, Orange has cut several corners to keep the handset's price down, loading it with the now ancient Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and a sub-par camera that struggles to take decent photos, despite an 8MP lens.
For a more thorough look at the device check out V3's full written review of the Orange San Diego.