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Orange San Diego Review

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I want it now!

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So do I...!

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You can hear the tiny click of the camera shutter close when you close the Camera app. Lovely!

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Hey guys, just spotted this on the Internet about Intel graphics analyser now supported for Android:

http://m.theinquirer...-android-phones

Hope this makes games like Temple Run work for us in the future.

Just an update, Temple Run works fine on the Xolo ICS update on a San Diego now. :)

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did anyone a nice pair of ear phones with there phone and a sim adapter because it did :o

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Yes I did as well Ricky!

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Damn, I got the earphones but I thought he pushed the micro sim out of the the bit of plastic so I tossed it.

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Quick question - Is OSD locked to Orange? If yes, how do I unlock it?

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Quick question - Is OSD locked to Orange? If yes, how do I unlock it?

Orange, T-Mobile or Virgin. To unlock you can pay Orange £20 (I think) but only after the first 3 months are up.

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Can I use wireless headphones/earphones with this phone?

It's got Bluetooth(version 2) if that's your question.
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Way all benckmarck reed in sistem info cpu dual core? wen de cpu is single core??? hmmm ?

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because are cpu is daul threaded

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Way all benckmarck reed in sistem info cpu dual core? wen de cpu is single core??? hmmm ?

It's called hyper-threading, it's an Intel manufacturing technique that simulates a dual core chip.
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My SF is about to give up the ghost, and in the absence of reasonably priced replacements would you guys recommend the San Diego?

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My SF is about to give up the ghost, and in the absence of reasonably priced replacements would you guys recommend the San Diego?

If you can find one(and that's maybe a big if) you're not going to find anything else at £100 this powerful or even close. It has it's problems but at £170 it was a bargain. If you can afford it I would buy a Nexus 4 16GB(£279) but you can't even get one at the moment.
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Good stuff, there's a few in stock around Merseyside.

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Got one. The nice guy at the Orange shop even combined my phone fund and public sector discount (they wouldn't do this when I bought the SF) and I got the headphones too - all for £70.

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This phone is the dogs balls, nothing lags at all! If this had a apple logo it would be 400 quid ; but they wouldn't be a to make it this good

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Fastest phone I've ever had, mine came with Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 out of the box.

Takes great 8mp/6mp photos and 1080p HD videos.

Edited by sang3eta
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But it developed 5 cracks in the case within 25 days of careful ownership!

32min support call + 5 days for return bag + 10days for repair turnaround = new phone.

Edited by sang3eta
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