No idea if Archos has the endorsement of David Guetta or Sia (now that would be great marketing), but the up-and-coming consumer electronics manufacturer has just taken the wraps off four new Titanium products, all dual-SIM smartphones and all due out in Europe soon for incredibly low prices.
First up, we have the 40 Titanium that we’ve actually heard of before. The 4-incher is in no way special on the outside or inside, at least save for its price tag: €99.99, or $136. Weighing that in, you’ll probably have no problem in enduring the thing’s 480 x 800 pix res display, dual-core 1.3 GHz CPU or 512 MB RAM.
Besides, the 40 Titanium runs pre-loaded Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, which is wickedly cool for its price range.
Moving up on the totem pole, we have a €130 4.5-incher aptly named 45 Titanium and a €150 incher called, you guessed it, the 50 Titanium. The two actually don’t up the ante greatly in the hardware department compared to their little brother, as they pack the same dual-core processors and 512 MB RAM, but they’re at least spacious Jelly Beaners. And the 50 crams a few extra pixels, courtesy of 960 x 540 resolution.
Last but not least, the 53 Titanium might just be the world’s cheapest phablet, set to cost a mealsy €160 while sporting a 5.3-inch panel and pretty much the same specs as the other new members of the family. Beware though, this fellow is quite chunky, weighing in at 200 grams, which is due primarily to the featuring of a generous 2,500 mAh battery.
Now let me hear you all say “I am titaniuuuuuuum”!