What are the first names that come to mind when talking about fast and powerful tablets? Surely Apple, probably Samsung, maybe even Asus, right? How about budget-friendly slates with average spec sheets? Once again Asus, most likely Amazon, but also Archos.
Archos shines when it comes to choices as well, having an extensive range of Android tabs, most of which have been unveiled recently. And yet the French have never looked to dive in the smartphone “ocean”.
Until now. Or until two months from now, when the 48 Platinum, 52 Titanium and 35 Carbon are expected to see daylight.
Although it’s not the largest, the 48 Platinum is the trio’s shiner. The 4.8-incher packs quite a punch, being powered by a quad-core 1.7 GHz CPU. The panel boasts a 1,280 x 800 pixels resolution, while the on-board software is Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
The 52 Titanium is a pretty odd dirt-cheap “phablet” with a 800 x 480 pix res screen, Android 4.0 and dual-core 1.2 GHz chip, while the 35 Carbon is even more modest – just a 480 x 320 display, a single-core 1 GHz processor and 512 MB of RAM.
Pricing is already set for the Carbon and Platinum (€90 and 250 in Europe), while the Titanium is the most mysterious of the bunch.
Via [Phone Arena]