Orange Vegas review

Orange's entry-level touchscreen phone brings tap control to the masses

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"The limitations of the Orange Vegas should, however, be taken in context of the low-cost price-tag. It provides a taster of fashionable touch control, albeit in a very limited way, and has few pretensions in the additional features department. Its interface is functional, but won't make you feel you're experiencing anything particularly novel or essential. User interface aside, you could get more functionality for your cash in a conventional handset, but for any cash-conscious buyers considering the Orange Vegas, touch control – however limited – will be the deal-maker."
  • Low price
  • Touchscreen operation
  • Compact design
  • MicroSD card support
  • Music player and camera onboard
  • Small display and limited user interface
  • Limited quality 1.3-megapixel camera
  • Low quality music player performance
  • No 3G connectivity
  • Low internal user storage capacity
  • Texting can be fiddly
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