Orange San Francisco Is Gives UK Customers An Android Phone For Just £99 With Pay-As-You-Go Contract

Posted: Sep 23 2010, 8:09am CDT | by , in News | Android

Orange San Francisco is gives UK Customers an Android Phone for just £99 with Pay-As-You-Go Contract
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The San Francisco is the first in a series of Orange-branded affordable Android devices.

UK carrier Orange launched this week the San Francisco Android smartphone. At just £99 (~$155), the San Francisco provides customers with access to Android technology with a Pay as you go contract. The San Francsico runs Android 2.1 and features include 3.5 inch touchscreen with 480x800px resolution, 3MP camera, Wifi, Bluetooth, 3G, 2GB microSD card and FM-Tuner.

PAYG is attractive for costumers who do not like to be locked into a 2-year contract and do not want to spend the money on high monthly fees. With the San Francisco also casual mobile phone users get the flexibility of an Android smartphone. Watch below a walkthrough of the Orange San Francisco.

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