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Friday, 23 March 2012 12:22

Intel Orange phone to ship in June

Written by Fuad Abazovic



Europe wide


USA will have to wait for France based Orange to open an office there and until that happens the company’s Intel phone will launch in all European countries that have Orange.

This will cover a big part of European Union market and our sources are telling us that this phone should be shipping in June. It will be affordable and as you probably know it will come wrapped under Santa Clara brand.

Orange already has the San Francisco and Monte Carlo phones, where the latter is based on a ZTE design. Orange Monte Carlo is 4.3-inch phone that sells for £84.99. If you are from UK you can get one here.

The Intel Santa Clara phone will also be affordable, sub-$199 as we said a while ago, and with Lenovo and Motorola, will be an important first step towards the mobile market for Intel.

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