Orange has announced three new own-branded smartphones (probably manufactured by ZTE), all ready to be launched across Europe soon. The new handsets are called Lumo, San Remo, and Nivo, being the first Orange-branded devices to run Android Jelly Bean out of the box.
The Orange Lumo (pictured below) is the network’s first own smartphone to have 4G LTE connectivity. That aside, the Lumo features a 4.5 inch display of unknown resolution, and an 8MP rear camera.
The Orange San Remo is a bit larger, sporting a 4.7 inch display. It has an 8MP rear camera, too, and it’s only 8.2mm thick.
Finally, the Orange Nivo is targeted at young mobile users, coming with a 4 inch display and a 5MP camera.
The new smartphones will be available starting the next few months in countries like the UK, Spain, Slovakia and Romania – but don’t expect to find all three of them in all markets. Before that, Orange will showcase them at MWC 2013 next week.
The European network didn’t say exactly how much the handsets would cost, but it did mention they’d “be in line with previous Orange smartphone pricing and tariffs.” Of course, this means the Lumo, San Remo and Nivo will be affordable compared to other devices in their class.
Via Press release
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