PARIS -- Today, Orange is announcing the addition of three smartphones to its Orange own-brand device range, including its first 4G and large touchscreen smartphones. The phones are the latest additions to a portfolio which is becoming increasingly popular for Orange customers and combines a rich user experience and the best value for customers.
The three smartphones that Orange is launching represent the breadth of devices that Orange customers are seeking, from high-end 4G devices for demanding customers to powerful entry-level smartphones for those seeking an affordable device without compromising on experience. The new smartphones that Orange is introducing for customers are:
- The first ever 4G Orange Smartphone, with super-fast LTE connection speeds, 4.5” screen, 8MP camera, and running Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).
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- The first large format Orange smartphone, featuring 4.7” display and slim design at only 8.2mm thickness, 8MP camera and running Android 4.1(Jelly Bean).
- Orange smartphone targeting youth and first smartphone markets featuring 4” display, 5MP camera, and running Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
The smartphones will be launching from H1 across a number of Orange markets including Romania, Slovakia and Spain (not all countries will carry all three devices). Pricing will be announced with local availability, but will be in line with previous Orange smartphone pricing and tariffs. All three devices will be on display at Mobile World Congress 2013, and can be seen at the Orange booth Hall 5 Stand 5H110.
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