Pocket-Lint: The Orange San Francisco II has been detailed on the network's UK website, the sequel to the popular Android budget handset that went on sale at the end of last year.
Once again produced by ZTE - it will hit other markets as the ZTE Crescent - the San Francisco II is an Android Gingerbread handset boasting a 3.5-inch TFT, 800x480 pixels, WVGA resolution, display.
Pocket-Lint: Those of us with expensive smartphones sometimes forget that not everyone needs, or wants, a device in their pocket that costs £500. So for those who either don't see the point of super-expensive phones, or just simply can't justify the expense, there's the Orange San Francisco II.
Costing just £99, the new San Francisco offer a lot of the same features as more expensive handsets, but at a price that's compatible with any pocket. But can we recommend you buy one, or is even £99 too much for this phone?
Pocket-Lint: Something people forget - especially tech journalists - is that not everyone can afford, or wants, a £500 mobile telephone. But, even people with limited money to spend on handsets may want access to some of the cool features available on smartphones and that's where the Orange San Francisco II comes in.
The phone costs £99 on pay-as-you-go - when you get a £10 top-up at the same time - but what is perhaps most surprising, is the things of which this phone is capable. It's not a basic handset in may ways, for example, it runs Android 2.3.5, which is about as good as it gets without Ice Cream Sandwich.
The Orange San Francisco II, which Pocket-lint told you all about last week, has made the jump from Orange's help pages, to its shop ones - with price and release details aplenty.
The phone also known as the ZTE Crescent is an Android Gingerbread handset boasting a 3.5-inch TFT, 800 x 480 pixels, WVGA resolution, display and Orange's HD Voice technology.