ARCHOS ahead of the MWC 2018 event has announced the Hello Smart Display with Google Assistant support. It comes in two variants; one with 7-inch HD display and the other one with an 8.4-inch Full HD touchscreen display. The Smart Display packs high fidelity speaker and powered by a quad-core processor. Continue reading “ARCHOS Hello Smart Display with Google Assistant announced ahead of MWC”
This week was all about cheapest Android smartphone launched in India for Rs. 251. Ringing Bells – a Noida-based company – launched the Freedom 251 and the world went crazy. The company doesn’t have any history in making smartphones and anything else. All we know about the Ringing Bells is that it launched a very cheap 4G smartphone earlier this month, Smart 101 at Rs. 2,999.
This week, Sony finally brought its new compact NW-A25HN Walkman with Hi-Res digital noise canceling feature to India. It was introduced at the IFA last September. Continue reading “Weekly Roundup: Sony Walkman, Intex fitness band, new Lava phones, Amkette Evo Gamepad Pro 2 and more”
ARCHOS has partnered with SIKUR and announced the availability of the GranitePhone. Unveiled at MWC, the phone is aimed at protecting the users data and maintaining privacy.
This week was all about announcements from world’s leading trade show IFA (Internationale Funkausstellung) in Berlin. Team FoneArena brought all the exclusive images and videos from the Ground Zero (Messe Berlin). Do checkout our YouTube channel for IFA 2015 videos and more. Continue reading “Weekly Roundup: World’s first 4K smartphone, new Moto 360, Gear S2, and more IFA 2015 announcements”
This week, popular Chinese player Meizu launched its flagship MX5 smartphone in India. The company has been selling devices in the country from quite some time and after the m1 note and the m2 note smartphones roll out, the MX5 is company’s third smartphone launched here. Continue reading “Weekly Roundup: Meizu MX5, ZOPO Speed 7, Sony Xperia C5 Ultra Dual, Amkette Evo Gamepad Pro and more”
ARCHOS has just announced a brand new smartphone called the 50d Helium. Like their other products, the 50d Helium aims to provide high quality hardware at a budget friendly price point.
Over the past few years, with the introduction of their smartphones and tablets, Archos has proven that it is not just a company that is known for it’s PMPs (Portable Media Players). They introduced a few devices at CES in January this year and MWC last month as well. Here are the three new devices that they announced at MWC 2014.
Archos, popular for its Android smartphones and tablets has announced that it would unveil a range of SmartWatches at the CES 2014. These SmartWatches would lets you connect to both Android and iOS smartphones and would start under 50 GBP (Rs. 5,100), said the company. We saw the pebble Smartwatch with E-Ink display. Samsung introduced the Galaxy Gear earlier this year and Sony came up with SmartWatch 2. But the Archos SmartWatch would be cheaper than all these. Continue reading “Archos to unveil SmartWatches at CES 2014 starting from 50 GBP”
During IFA 2013, alongside additions to its smartphone and other tablet ranges, Archos introduced the Archos 10.1 XS2 tablet that comes with a very cool ultrathin magnetic keyboard. The keyboard is a pleasure to use and slips away out of sight beneath the tablet (which can also be removed from the keyboard and carried around on its own).
Great design is one thing but does the Archos 10.1 XS2 have the specs list to back up Archos’ bold claims that this isn’t your average 10 inch tablet? Continue reading “Archos 10.1 XS2 + Keyboard Dock Hands On”
We’ve already seen companies like Samsung target the child-tablet market with the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids but at IFA 2013, we discovered that Archos may have produced an absolute gem of a tablet and created a market all on their own. Dubbed the Archos ChefPad, it is targeted towards professional chefs or those adults who spend a lot of time in the kitchen and like to follow recipes.
The Archos Oxygen aims to challenge the Galaxy S4 (amongst other smartphones) for crown of best 1080p Full HD smartphone on the market. Whilst it doesn’t come with the bells and whistles software features found on the Galaxy S4, it offers a premium experience for a much lower cost. How do these two smartphones compare?
Everyone needs a tablet to use on the go and that’s Archos’ philosophy with the Archos 80 Xenon, their latest debutant in the 8 inch tablet class. At first you may take a look at the specs and be less than impressed and it’s easy to see why but it’s worth remembering that whilst the Archos 80 Xenon isn’t as good as the LG G-Pad 8.3 (which has the only 1080p display in the 8 inch class), it will still provide good value for money as it’s likely to cost A LOT less than its rivals. Continue reading “Archos 80 Xenon Hands On”
Archos is back in the smartphone race with a bang – that bang is the Full HD Archos Oxygen smartphone that boasts a stunning display without the hefty price tag and offers a lot of bang for your buck. The Oxygen is one of a total of 9 devices that Archos showed off at IFA, including the Archos Titanium and Platinum entry-level and mid-market range. These were announced ahead of IFA.
ARCHOS7 has announced a new Android tablet for children, called the Child Pad. It has 7-inch display, powered by 1GHz processor and runs on 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). It comes with 1GB RAM and has Kid friendly features such as Kids App Store powered by AppsLib which has 10,000 apps in 14-friendly categories including games, entertainment, communication, multimedia, books, comics, sports and more. Continue reading “ARCHOS announces Child Pad with 7-inch display and Android 4.0 at $129”