Today Intel and Orange unveiled the first Android phone to run on an x86 processor – the Atom-powered San Diego smartphone
The San Diego features High-definition (HD) video, helping it to support a rich entertainment offering along with 1080p video capture, image stabilization and HDMI out.
The device is running Intel’s new Atom Z2460 chip at 1.6GHz.
The screen size is coming in at 4.03-inches with a resolution of 1024 X 600.
Inside you will find the traditional 1GB or RAM and the more standardized 16GB of internal storage.
What’s more, the handset boasts an 8 mega-pixel camera which features ‘Burst’ mode allowing it to take 10 pictures in under a second to ensure you capture all the action and can choose the very best pictures to keep and share.
The only downside is, it is launching Android 2.3 Gingerbread pre-installed, but fret not as an update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is expected to arrive in September.
It will be available from 6th June nationwide on contract and PAYG [PAYG is £200 plus topup].