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Orange San Diego

Orange San Diego

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Engadget Review

The first Intel-powered Android phone isn't the greatest, but it's a capable, competitively priced handset that might well pave the way for more impressive devices in the future.

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Average Critic Score
 
70
Engadget
The first Medfield phones may not register on the radar for those looking for the best Android has to offer, but it remains a strong start for Intel to build upon.
 
80
Pocket-Lint
We don't see people seeking out this phone, because it doesn't have that "tier one" feel, but anyone who does get one will be very happy with it. Another triumph for Orange, and a great debut for Intel.
 
70
SlashGear
It feels more like an experiment or the result of a happy accident that somehow made it into full scale production for general sale. It’s a quirky little device that features a good screen and decent longevity, but suffers tremendously from Gingerbread and a mediocre camera
 
80
TrustedReviews
Whilst it is a shame the Orange San Diego currently uses the dated, Android 2.3 version of Google's OS and that buyers are likely to run up against some compatibility issues with certain apps, this is still a very impressive handset.