Archos intros new Android Jelly Bean smartphones and tablets, including the high-end 50 Oxygen
Archos, the French Android device maker, has announced a series of new smartphones and tablets that will be fully presented at IFA 2013 next week.
The most important part of the announcement is represented by a new line of handsets gathered under the name Oxygen. The series’ flagship smartphone is the Archos 50 Oxygen, which will come with stock Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, Full HD IPS display, quad-core 1.5GHz processor (unknown manufacturer), 13MP rear camera, 5MP front-facing camera, and 16GB of expandable storage space.
There will also be new smartphones under the Titanium range (which had previously included only tablets). These will cost as low as €99 (about $131), featuring stock Android Jelly Bean, dual SIM capabilities, 4 inch displays, and dual-core processors.
As for Archos’ new tablets, these include:
- Archos 97b Platinum HD, featuring a 9.7 inch display with 2048 x 1536 pixels, aluminum body, quad-core processor, and Android 4.2
- ARCHOS 101 XS 2 – “designed for performance, media playback and productivity”, comes with Android Jelly Bean, HD IPS display, quad-core processor, front-facing dual stereo speakers, and Archos’ “unique magnetic keyboard functionality”
- Xenon Range – three tablets with HD displays, Android 4.2 JB, and “up to quad-core CPUs. The will be launched as “3G connected devices cheaper than Apple or Samsung Wi-Fi tablets”
- Archos 80 ChilPad and 101 ChilPad
- Archos GamePad 2
You can read more about Archos’ new Android products here (PDF file).
Via GSM Arena