A while back we reported on a leaked Motorola phone that not only would come with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on board, but would also be powered by Intel’s upcoming mobile processor, the Medfield platform. Well if you’ve enjoyed Intel’s processors so far on the desktop, notebook and netbooks, you might be pleased to hear that another Intel-powered smartphone may be coming in the form of the London by UK based mobile network, Orange.


Orange has had a history of putting out their own branded handsets in the past, and this includes the San Francisco, Monte Carlo and recently Tahiti tablet, so it looks like the London will be adding to that list. The screenshot you are looking at above is the result of a survey done by a reader of Coolsmartphone, Simon Hardy. Unfortunately at the moment it is unclear which platform the London will be running on, although to be honest the softkeys at the bottom are reminiscent of an Android handset.

As far as the rest of its specs are concerned, supposedly Orange’s London will feature a 4.03” Gorilla Glass display, an Intel CPU that has been clocked at 1.6GHz, and a “one-of-a-kind” 8MP Full HD camera with the ability to capture up to 10 photos in less than a second. It sounds quite promising although at the moment we have no way of confirming this, so we suggest you take this with a grain of salt for now until further details can be uncovered.

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