Archos unveils Saphir 50X rugged phone, it’s only partially new

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French tech company Archos just released a new rugged phone – the Saphir 50X. That sentence does, however, require some clarification. When we say “released”, we really mean commissioned from Logos Instrument, since Archos doesn’t really manufacture most of its products. That’s not the odd bit here – curiously, the Saphir 50X is a new release, but it is actually a downgrade over last year’s Archos 50 Saphir. The two phones share the exact same rugged and rough body, measuring 146.6 x 76 x 13 mm. They have the same IP68 ingress certification rating and also share a 5-inch HD LCD,… – Latest articles

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Archos made an Echo Show clone running Android Oreo for some reason

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The Amazon Echo Show was the first device in the new ‘smart display’ product category, and Google has begun working with manufacturers to make ones with Google Assistant. French tech company Archos recently announced a scooter running Android Oreo, and now it’s making a strange Echo Show-like device.

The product is named ‘ARCHOS Hello,’ and looks remarkably similar to the Lenovo Smart Display that was announced at CES last month.

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Archos’ electric scooter taps Android for directions

It's not just bicycle makers hoping Android will improve your two-wheeled transportation. Archos has unveiled a Citee Connect electric scooter with a 5-inch Android computer in between the handlebars. The hardware won't rival your phone (it an uses…
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Archos announces world’s first Android-powered scooter, will cost €499.99 ($617)

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French tech company Archos is largely known for its budget Android phones and tablets, but it has also been producing mobility devices for the past year (in Europe, at least). In case you ever wanted a scooter running Android, Archos has you covered with its new ‘Citee Connect’ scooter, which goes on sale this summer for €499.99 (about $ 617).

The Citee Connect is equipped with large puncture-proof 8.5-inch wheels, a 250W motor, and a 36W battery.

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Archos Diamond Omega review

Not exactly a household name, at least not outside of a few core European markets, Archos has been around for a few years on the smartphone scene with mixed success. A partnership with Nubia (a ZTE-owned smartphone maker) has recently allowed them to bolster their portfolio with Archos-branded Nubia phones. Nubia has been known for their premium products, forward-thinking designs, and innovative engineering so who knows, maybe that’s exactly what the French company needed to make a better name for itself on the European market. Either way, this is how the Archos Diamond Omega came to be and it is no secret that the handset is a re-branded ZTE Nubia Z17s. We’ve been playing close attention to recent Nubia releases, especially in the flagship tier, so it made sense to have a look at the Archos Diamond Omega/Nubia Z17s in detail when we were given the opportunity. – Latest articles

Archos launches the Diamond Omega with bezel-less 18:9 screen

Earlier this year Archos launched two phones that looked suspiciously like nubia devices by ZTE. Today a new device appeared on the French company’s website and guess what – it is a rebranded ZTE nubia again. The Archos Diamond Omega comes with an 18:9 bezel-less screen and two front-facing cameras, just like the ZTE nubia Z17S, announced yesterday. The Diamond Omega has Snapdragon 835 chipset, coupled with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage, but no microSD slot. The display measures 5.73″ in diagonal and comes with 2160×1080 pixel resolution. The Diamond Omega runs on a skinned Android… – Latest articles

Archos unleashes more than half a dozen smartphones at IFA 2017

Archos is a French brand with announcements that often go under the radar. The company is at IFA 2017 in Berlin, and we can’t miss the massive amount of new devices that the manufacturer is introducing. Archos is unveiling its incredibly cheap smartphone series Access along with just a bit more expensive Archos Core 50. The rugged Sense series welcomes a new smartphone and a new tablet while the star of the show is the Archos Diamond Alpha+ and its 10.1″ slate sibling the Archos Diamond Tab. Archos Access and Archos Core The Archos Access is offered in four different… – Latest articles

Archos releases source code for its ‘famous’ video player

Archos has tried its hand at making various cheap, media-focused Android tablets, none of which were very good. It eventually released a version of its video player app on the Play Store, where it garnered a few million downloads. Now, Archos has released the source code for its video player app. You can head over to Git Hub to download the source, but it’s still on the Play Store, too.

Archos has two video apps in the Play Store: there’s the free app with ads, as well as the $ 5 paid app.

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Kodak launches two tablets in collaboration with Archos

Earlier this year the Kodak Ektra smartphone arrived, and now the former photo company releases two tablets. The slates are manufactured, sold and distributed by Archos and both carry the name Kodak Tablet. Kodak Tablet 7 The chipset powering the Kodak Tablets is Mediatek MTK8321 with four Cortex-A53 CPU core, clocked at 1.3 GHz. There’s only 1 gig of RAM, while the internal storage is either 16 GB for the Kodak Tablet 7 or 32 GB for Kodak Tablet 10 version. There is also a slot for microSD card for expanding that by up to 64 GB. There are two cameras on each tablet – the… – Latest articles

Week 24 in review: Huawei, Samsung and Archos bring new hardware, OnePlus 5 hype intensifies

We got a few interesting new handsets this week – Huawei debuted the Honor 9 with its 5.15″ DCI-P3 screen and dual camera setup, while Samsung introduced the J7 Pro and J7 Max mid-ranger to boost its positions in developing markets. Archos meanwhile brought four new handsets, although two of those are simply rebranded ZTE offerings. Meanwhile, the OnePlus 5 is still king of the rumors section, with the upcoming flagship making constant appearances ahead of its June 20 launch. The iPhone 8 and Note8 aren’t far behind even if they won’t be going official until the Fall. .news-item… – Latest articles