ZTE and Orange are getting ready to launch a successor to the popular San Francisco Android smartphone (aka ZTE Blade). The new handset is called ZTE Crescent, and Orange will market it as the San Francisco II.
Unfortunately, the only available photo that shows the San Francisco II isn’t a clear one. Even so, we can see that the new handset has three hardware Android keys, and a display that could be the same size as the one featured by the original device (3.5 inches). Other than that, the Bluetooth SIG says the smartphone features 3G, and will be released in Europe.
ZTE has sold more than 2 million Blade / San Francisco handsets as of June this year, mainly thanks to the affordable price, and the overall good quality of the device. The new Crescent / San Francisco II will probably be affordable, too. We’ll bring more details on it as soon as we get them.
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