An affordable Gingerbread Android.
Good build quality.
Only 512MB of shared storage, but a microSD card will sort that out.
By Wired UK on February 13, 2012
For the price, the Orange San Francisco II offers a decent list of smartphone specs and a reasonable upgrade on its predecessor. With a new look, improved processor, updated operating system and better camera, it's a worthwhile upgrade if you liked...70
By tech.uk.msn.com on February 07, 2012
Orange What is it? A budget Android smartphone and the successor to the award winning Orange San Francisco handset. What's great The clear and bright screen; slimmer and more stylish than you might expect; amazing all-round value for money....70
By theregister.co.uk on February 03, 2012
All in all the SF2 is not a bad reheat of a deservedly popular phone. The faster chip, more modern version of Android, better camera(s) and a body that looks and feels more expensive than the original but which costs the same are all welcome. On the...80
By Expert Reviews on January 25, 2012
The San Francisco II improves on the original in every way, and, small amount of app storage aside, is a great budget handset...80
By TechRadar on January 13, 2012
Small, neat and affordable, the Orange San Francisco 2 is far from being a bad buy. But Orange set the bar very high with the original San Francisco, and this follow up just doesn't represent a giant leap forward. That's got to be good news for...70
By Trusted Reviews on January 05, 2012
The Orange San Francisco 2 continues the trend of its forbear in being the best ultra budget smartphone on the market. Sure, it doesn't take great leaps ahead of its predecessor with its improved camera and processor still lagging well behind the...90
By Pocket-lint on December 13, 2011
There's really nothing not to like here, especially considering its ultra-low price...80
By CNET UK on December 09, 2011
The Orange San Francisco 2 offers a decent screen, pleasing design and a simple user experience that belies its low...80
By 3G UK on December 02, 2011
We have to remember that the Orange San Francisco II is a budget phone. It is not always easy to remember that because the award-winning original has been improved upon. Okay, you don’t get a dual-core processor and there’s no Retina...80
By Mobile Choice on December 02, 2011
We don't think you'll find a better handset on pay-as-you-go for this price. After the original San Francisco swept up the awards last year, don't be surprised if its successor does the same. The San Fran II is well built and even better...80