Archos Set to Charm IFA 2014 with a bunch of Android and Windows Devices

August 29, 2014, By Daniel Rapcencu

The upcoming IFA 2014 expo to be held at Berlin next month has already geared up the intensity with a wide range of devices expected to be featured. Among those are a newly listed bunch of rigs from the French electronic manufacturers Archos.

Archos has listed out tablets and smartphones running on both Android as well as Windows OSes. These apart, the company is also gearing up to unveil a few connectible devices.

All these would be featured at the IFA 2014 starting in the first week of September. Among the devices announced are the 50b Platinum and 40 Cesium smartphones, 101 Oxygen and 80 Cesium tablets, the Bluetooth devices Music  Lamp and Music Beany.


The Android devices among them include the 50b Platinum smartphone and the 101 Oxygen tablet. Priced at £119, the dual-SIM Android smartphone that brags about a 5 inch IPS display and comes powered by a quad-core processor.

The 8 MP rear camera along with the LED flash would be offering Full HD video capture and is accompanied by the 2 MP front camera. The external customization for the 50b Platinum involves the availability of three vivid cases and also comes with protective cover.

The 101 Oxygen slate, running on Android KitKat, too features full HD display. ARM Cortex A17 quad-core processor back up the processing capabilities and the tablet also packs 16 GB storage space. The 101 Oxygen is priced at £199.


If that’s about the Android devices, the 40 Cesium smartphone running on Windows Mobile 8.1 OS features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor with quad cores. Priced at £79 the Windows mobile packs a 4 inch display.

The tablet counterpart 80 Cesium features an 8 inch display at 1280×800 resolution. Backed by the Intel quad-core processing features, 80 Cesium is priced at £129.

Music Lamp and Music Beany are the music playback devices that offer connectivity over Bluetooth. While Music Beany would offer headphone connectivity, Music Lamp would light up the room along with music playback through streaming via Android, iOS and Windows devices.


Despite the specifications being revealed only partly, Archos has laid out the release dates for their new devices.

While the 50b Platinum and 40 Cesium smartphones would roll out in September, the Android and Windows tablets would be releasing after a month’s delay in October.

Are you going to be a part of the crowd at this year’s edition of IFA?

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