Archos unveils new Smartphone and Tablets ahead of IFA

Archos 101 xs 2

Even though there are still a few days for IFA, Archos couldn’t just wait anymore. The company has introduced its line of devices a few days earlier. The devices include both smartphone and tablet, namely Archos 50 Oxygen, Archos 97b Platinum HD, Archos 101xs2, Arvhos 80 ChilldPad and Archos 80 Xenon.

First, the Archos 50 Oxygen, a Smartphone which boasts a pretty good specs under the hood. The smartphone is powered  by a quad-core 1.5GHz processor and sports a FullHD screen, 13MP camera, a 5MP front-facing camera  and 16GB of storage. The device is running on Android 4.2 OS right out of the box.

Secondly, The Archos 97b Platinum tablet, which boasts to be an iPad competitor with aluminum finish. The device features a 9.7″ screen with 2048 x 1536 pixel resolution and wireless display technology. This tablet is also running on Android 4.2 OS.

Next up is the Archos Gen11 tablet, the Archos 101xs2, claimed to have designed for performance, media playback and productivity.  The Archos 101xs2 is powered by a quadcore processor and boasts HD IPS screen, s front-facing dual stereo speakers and magnetic keyboard functionality.

The company hasn’t forgotten our children either,  the Archos ChildPad is specially design for kids, with a user interface design for kids and filtering Google Play and offers full parental controls. The device is running on Android 4.2 right out of the box and will be available in 8 and 10-inch models

Last but not least, the Archos 80 Xenon range of 3 tablets. The tablet will be powered by up to Quad-Core CPUs   and rund on the same Android 4.2 Operating System. The tablets will also offer 3G and 3G+ connectivity.

The company also has a GamePad, a tablet with built-in game control. Unfortunately, more details on the device is yet to be revealed.

This is a glimpse on new series from the company and more details regarding the new Archos ranges will be revealed at the IFA, so stay tuned.



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