This week in your world of Android: Nokia administered HTC another patent blow, we’ve heard more Galaxy S5 rumors, the CES announcements began to roll in, Google and Audi were rumored to put Android in the car, the Moto X received a permanent price cut, the makers of the highly praised Timely app joined Google, and the CyanogenMod 11 M2 release went out to over 65 devices.
Archos announced two new smartphones that offer LTE connectivity and decent specifications at entry-level prices. The new Helium 45 and Helium 50, are the French company’s first LTE-enabled smartphones.
Pebble is planning to bring us ‘something special’ at CES, possibly new hardware
Archos is going all out for CES 2014 with a new range of smart home devices, a new tablet, some new scales, and a slew of “Pebble-like” smartwatches that promise to be some of the cheapest in the category. Read on for more info!
Archos Quechua Phone is rugged enough for deserts and mountains
Archos, maker of myriad inexpensive Android tablets and smartphones, has partnered with outdoor gear company Quechua to produce a new rugged Android smartphone that’s rugged enough to handle the great outdoors. Read on to find out more!
7-inch Archos GamePad 2 gaming tablet is now official, only costs $200
ARCHOS has released details of three new tablets for its Elements series. The new Platinum tablets all come with quad-core processors, dual-band Wi-Fi, 8 GB of storage and run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The new tablets are the ARCHOS 97b Platinum HD, the ARCHOS 101 Platinum and the ARCHOS 80b Platinum which have 9.7 inch, 10.1 inch and 8 inch displays respectively.
Archos out of France was a big player in the booming portable media player market a decade ago and have taken that success into the Android market of today. Josh gets nostalgic and visits Archos to see their flagship Android phone, the Oxygen 50.
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