Archos 50c Oxygen, 64 Xenon, 80 Helium 4G & 40b Titanium unveiled ahead of MWC 2014

Archos 50c Oxygen, 64 Xenon, 80 Helium 4G & 40b Titanium unveiled ahead of MWC 2014

Archo is always one step ahead at least in unveiling its new products. Just like CES 2014, Archos has introduced a series of Android tablets and smartphones ahead of MWC 2014. All gadgets are entry-level  aimed at those who are looking for affordable alternatives to high-end mainstream devices. The devices include Archos 50c Oxygen, Archos 64 Xenon, Archos 80 Helium 4G and Archos 40b Titanium. let’s take a look at ech one of them what specs  these devices have inside.

Archos 50c Oxygen

The Archos 50c Oxygen is a dual-SIM Android smartphone, actually dual-SIM version of the 50 Oxygen. The  smartphone packs a 8x  octa-core Cortex-A7  clocked at 1.7GHz, Mali-450 and 1GB RAM.

The  device also has a 5″ 720p IPS LCD, an 8MP and  Bluetooth 4.0 for connectivity. What the company has done with the predecessor is to cut down some of its features like camera from 13MP to 8 and pixel resolution of the display from 1080p to 720p.

The device is also affordable at  £200.

Archos 64 Xenon

As you guessed, Archos 64 Xenon is a phablet and comes with a massive 6.4″ display  with  720p screen resolution. The device is powered by a a MediaTek MT6582 chipset quad A7 and Mali-400. The phablet has  8MP camera capable of shooting videos at 1080p and 4GB of internal storage with microSD card slot to expand it further.

The phablet has 3G HSPA connectivity as well s other usual connectivity features and packs a 2800mAh battery. Archos 64 Xenon is also priced at same £200.

Archos 40b Titanium

Archos 40b Titanium is lowest smartphone of all with 4.” WVGA screen and packs same chipset but  limited 512MB RAM. The smartphone has 5MP of camera capable of shooting videos at 720p and packs a  relatively smaller 1,400mAh battery. The smartphone is dual-SIM and the price is also low at  £99.

Archos 80 Helium 4G

Last but not least, Archos 80 Helium 4G is powerful of all and all you have to spend is extra £30 from the first two, mean £230. The tablet with 8 inch 4:3 1024×768 pixel screen  and  quad-core Snapdragon chipset  is certainly challenging some mainstream tablets out there. People who need an alternative may want to check this device out.

The tablet also has LTE support that can reach 150Mbps downlink, 50Mbps uplink. It also has 5MP of rear camera with 1080p recording capability and packs a 3,500mAh battery. The tablet only has 8GB of storage, but you are not stuck there, as it can be expanded via microSD card.


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