Ahead of the technology IFA event next month Archos has unveiled its range of new smartphones and tablets, which includes a new Archos Platinum range of tablets.
The new Archos Platinum range of tablets feature 2,048 x 1,536 resolutions and are running Google’s latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system.
The new Gen11 tablet, the Archos 101xs2, has been designed for performance by Archos together with media playback and productivity.
The Archos 101xs2 is powered by a quad-core processor with HD IPS screen and is fitted with front-facing dual stereo speakers and a unique magnetic keyboard designed by Archos.
The new Archos ChildPad range features a user interface designed for children, Google Play filtered for children, full parental controls and will run Android 4.2 and includes the 101 Childpad designed to bridge the gap from the digital world of the tablet to content in the real world using magnetic figurines. Archos continues in their press release:
“The new ARCHOS Xenon Range of 3 tablets will feature HD screens, up to Quad-Core CPUs, and will run Android 4.2 offering 3G connected devices cheaper than Apple or Samsung Wi-Fi tablets.
The flagship smartphone, the ARCHOS 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.
The Titanium range, starting at £99 with a 4 inch device, will feature Dual-Core CPUs, Bluetooth, GPS, Dual SIM card slots, Android 4.2, 5MP back cameras and 0.3 MP front cameras.”Filed Under: Mobile Phone News, Tablet News, Technology News