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Orange will be the first to offer a Medfield-powered Android phone in Europe. Codenamed Santa Clara, and arriving some time this summer, it looks pretty similar to Intel’s reference model, in both design and specs.
The phone totes a 4-inch 600 x 1024 display, with a solid 8-megapixel camera capable of 1080p video and burst capture of up to 10 shots within a second. The Santa Clara runs on Intel’s Atom Z2460 processor, clocked at 1.6GHz. The device can handle HSPA speeds of 21.1Mbps down and 5.6Mbps up, while HDMI-out is housed within the MHL port. Other features include mobile wallet features through NFC and the likes of Orange’s HD voice call and gesture navigation built in. The phone network is also pushing Intel’s Medfield processor credentials, with its low power performance of up to 14 days on standby or eight hours of 3G calls. The commercial name will be announced at the moment of launch in the summer, along with the pricing.
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