Archos announces Titanium smartphones

The French maker of tablet computers Archos has announced a new line of company smartphones known as Titanium. The line consists of four models – the 40 Titanium, 45 Titanium, 50 Titanium and 53 Titanium and all of them share most of the tech specs while only differing in screen size.

All Titanium smartphones boast support for two SIM cards and have a dual-core MT6572 processor at 1.3 GHz, 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of internal memory, a microSD card slot (up to 64 GB), a rear 5 MP camera, a front VGA camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a FM radio and a GPS receiver.

The main difference among all four models lies in the display size – the Archos 40 Titanium comes with a 4-inch sensor display at WVGA resolution (800 x 480 pixels), while the 45 Titanium and 53 Titanium come with 4.5-inch and 5.3-inch displays respectively at FWVGA resolution (854 x 480 pixels). The Archos 50 Titanium sports a 5-inch IPS display at QHD resolution (960 x 540 pixels).

All Archos Titanium smartphones run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. The pricing is unknown.


Source: Archos

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