This guide will give a overview of the phones, currently available on Orange. This can be advantageous, as cutting out the middle man can give you more for your money.
Introduction to Orange mobile phones
The phones from the Orange network target virtually all prices ranges. They have a phone for almost anyone. The Lisbon, priced at £19.99 (Prices at 29.6.11) to the San Francisco at £99 (Prices to 29.6.11), Orange has really tried to cover all the bases in their current line-up.
There are six phones on the Orange range.
-Lisbon (£19.99) (Prices at 29.6.11) This is the cheapest phone in the Orange range. It is a touch screen phone, with a 1.3-megapixel camera. -Miami (£29.99) (Prices at 29.6.11) This is a touch screen camera phone, with a 2-megapixel camera. It is available in either black or pink. -Rio (£34.99) (Prices at 29.6.11) It is a BlackBerry style phone, which incorporates a touch screen and a full qwerty keyboard. It is also equipped with an easy-to-navigate menu for a cheap price. It is available in either black or pink. -Atlanta (£39.99, Or from free on contract) (Prices at 29.6.11) This phone has a simplistic design in its candy bar shape, which is light-weight, durable and elegant. This is a fairly basic phone, which provides the necessities that a phone needs with texting, calling and email. -Rio ll (£69.99, Or from free on contract) (Prices at 29.6.11) This is a slightly higher spec model of the Rio, which includes 3G+ (for faster downloads) a 3-megapixel camera for taking better photographs. The Rio ll aims at the BlackBerry curve, and does it very well. It is a bargain with easy access to Facebook, and many other interesting features. San Francisco (£99.99, Or from free on Orange contract) (Prices at 29.6.11) This phone is a great budget Android phone, which aims to compete with phones, like the HTC Wildfire and the LG Viewty. The build quality is solid and it packs a welcome punch in the power department, allowing it to use most apps with ease. This phone has GPS, 3G+ and a 3.5-inch touch screen, Orange broadband to name a few of its features. However, one downside of this phone is its inability to play flash videos.
Orange provides a wide variety of phones to suit the needs of most people. It is a refreshing change from the other brands of phone makers, and has a very competitive pricing on all its models.