Announced during MWC earlier this year, the Archos and Sikur-made GranitePhone is now available for purchase. Keeping your privacy at the center of focus, the GranitePhone offers a completely encrypted experience, meaning you won’t have to worry about sensitive information making its way off of the device and into the wrong hands. (more…)
Archos has a new range of devices to unveil at this year’s CES, all capable of connecting to 4G LTE networks and accessing Google’s services. Archos’ new smartphone, the 50 Diamond, brings an impressive spec list, coupled with great pricing.
The 50 Diamond features a Qualcomm-made Snapdragon 615 octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 5″ Full-HD display, 16MP rear-facing shooter, 8MP front-facing camera, dual-SIM setup, microSD slot, 2700mAh battery, and run Android 4.4.4 with zero skins on top. This device may sound like a dream to a few potential buyers, and for this, Archos has priced the 50 Diamond at under $200. (more…)
A new device was unveiled today from Archos, an Android-powered portable netbook called the ArcBook. The device features a 10.1″ (1024 x 600) touchscreen display, is powered by a dual-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz with 1GB of RAM, and comes running Android 4.2.2.
The ArcBook comes with a full keyboard built in, complete with a mousepad and front-facing camera for video calls. (more…)
Ahead of MWC next week, ARCHOS announced four new devices that they will have on display, three phones and one tablet. There is the 80 Helium 4G (the tablet), the 50c Oxygen, 64 Xenon, and the 40b Titanium. Without being too prejudice, this is ARCHOS we are talking about, so you can expect the price to be low and specs to fit inside a budget. (more…)
Archos is to pull back the curtains on two new smartphones at CES next week, the 45 Helium and the 50 Helium. Both phones are for the budget-minded buyer, sitting at $199 and $249 respectively. Each device features 4G LTE radios, as well as Qualcomm quad-core processors clocked at 1.4GHz, and an Android 4.3 OS which is upgradeable to Android 4.4.2. Archos looks to be re-entering the budget device field with the right idea.
Archos, the French company famous (or infamous) for its line of budget Android devices and accessories, intends to bring a number of “smart” electronics to market for the budget-conscious. The company plans to elaborate at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, but says to expect two new product lines of “connected objects”: “connected home”, and “connected self”. (more…)