UK mobile network Orange is preparing to add a new device to its line up of Android smartphones. Named the 'Orange Dublin', the handset is actually a re-branded version of ZTE's Kis, which was unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona back in February.
The device will be an entry level Android 'Gingerbread' 2.3 smartphone. The handset, based on the ZTE Kis specifications, will have a 3.5in screen, a single-core Qualcomm MSM7225A 800 MHz processor, 200MB of internal storage, with the option of a 32GB maximum microSD card and 256MB of RAM.
The Orange Dublin should also have a 3.2 megapixel camera.
Orange also announced the Santa Clara smartphone at the beginning of this month. The handset will be the UK's first smartphone to be powered by an Intel processor.
Speaking of the Santa Clara, Yves Maitre, Senior Vice President of Mobile Multimedia and Device at Orange, said, "At Orange we firmly believe that all our customers should benefit from the smartphone revolution".
"We remain committed to delivering innovative content and services across a wide range of devices to help customers stay connected and get more from their phone."
Source: Android Greed