Apr 13th, 2010

Looks like images of a new phone are making its rounds across the web today. Orange – who was originally rumored to be releasing their own handset – seems to be suffering the consequences of an information snake these past couple of weeks, starting when we first heard news of a phone called the “Boston”. Now the rumor has been followed up by some official looking promo images, and specs were following right behind it.

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The device will come with a 3.2″ 480×320 touchscreen (we’re not sure which technology is being used here), a Qualcomm 600mhz processor, 256 megs of ram, and a 5 megapixel camera all being pushed along by Android 1.6. Foxconn is believed to be the partner that helped manufacture this handset, though we haven’t been able to confirm anything.

The phone looks nice, but customers with Orange might be more inclined to opt for the Motorola DEXT or the HTC Hero… that is until they hear they could grab this thing for as low as 1 Euro when it’s available! Nothing confirmed by Orange yet, but we’ll be glad to update you once we hear first word. Check out the full spec sheet below and let us know if this phone (at its rumored price point) will get you to grab it up the moment you can.

– 3.2″ screen at 480 x 320

– Wi-Fi 802.11b/g

– Qualcomm 600MHz processor

– 256MB RAM

– Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR

– GPS

– microSD

– 5megapixel camera

– Android 1.6

[Thanks, Eurodroid]

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