Ahead of IFA, Archos has outed (maybe) all of their new devices — and there are plenty of them. In a move which was probably designed to get them more exposure against a stacked IFA, the new lineup of Android tablets and phones from Archos is deep.
Their tablet lineup is flagshipped by their aptly named Platinum line, which boasts quad-core processors and aluminum casings. The screens have an impressive 2,048 x 1,536 maximum resolution, and they’ll be running Android 4.2. Archos’ Second tier offering, the 101SX2, is “designed for performance, media playback and productivity” (because no other tablet is?), and boasts a quad core processor with front facing speakers.
Archos flagship smartphone, the 50 Oxygen, “features a full HD IPS screen, Quad-Core CPU at 1.5 GHz, 16GB storage, Android 4.2 and 13MP back camera and a 5 MP front camera.” This is bolstered by the Titanium range of phones, which will be a bit more budget friendly (starting around $150), sport dual core processors, 4-inch screens, 5MP rear and 0.3MP front cameras.(AndroidAuthority)
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