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While Samsung has been busy unveiling handsets in Sweden, Orange has revealed a budget Android smartphone named after its capital city, as well a couple of others also named after places in Europe.

The Orange Stockholm runs Android 2.2 Froyo. It includes a 2.8in capacitive touchscreen and 3.2Mp camera, as well as an FM radio, an MP3 player and support for Orange maps.

Orange Stockholm

The Orange Stockholm is listed as "coming soon" with a price of £80. ®

Next up is the Orange Barcelona, which packs many similar features, runs Android 2.2 Froyo and sports a Qwerty keyboard.

Orange Barcelona

Priced at £100 on PAYG, the Barcelona is available now.

Finally, there's the Monte Carlo, a slightly more upmarket model that runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It boasts a 4.3in touchscreen, a 5Mp camera and HD voice capabilities.

Orange Monte Carlo

The Orange Monte Carlo is also listed as coming soon. There's no indication of pricing yet. ®

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