As if two budget handsets in one day weren't enough, Orange has also revealed a higher-class Android handset in the form of the Orange Monte Carlo.
It's not quite cutting edge, what with its 800Mhz processor and 5MP camera, but it does offer a 4.3-inch touchscreen and Android 2.3, as opposed to the smaller, be-Froyo'd Barcelona and Stockholm.
As well as the not-too-shabby specs, you'll also get Orange goodies like HD Voice and Orange Signal Boost compatibility.
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Nicola Shenton, Head of Device Portfolio at Orange's parent company Everything Everywhere, said: "Orange believes it is important to bring great value innovation to the mass market - so that's why today we're announcing a series of new Orange Android devices which we believe will prove extremely popular with consumers in the forthcoming months."
If the success of the Orange San Francisco is anything to go by, she's probably not wrong.
Although there's no official word on the Orange Monte Carlo UK release date or pricing, all will be revealed when it launches later this summer.
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