Orange launches a trio of ownbranded phones, including its first 4G handset

At this rate, there won’t be anything left to announce when MWC actually opens its doors. Today’s premature launcher is Orange Europe, which is launching a trio of Jelly Bean-running smartphones that are destined for the continent. First up, the Lumo is the company’s first 4G smartphone, packing a 4.5-inch display and an 8-megapixel camera. If you prefer your devices to be on the skinny side, then the 4.7-inch San Remo comes with an 8.2mm thick body and similarly equipped imaging sensor. Finally, the budget-focused Nivo offers a 4-inch display and a 5-megapixel camera. Orange has already told us that it won’t be coming to the UK, but should arrive in Romania, Slovakia and Spain across the first half of the year — unless someone’s lawyers decide that the Lumo name’s a bit too close for comfort.

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