ZTE isn’t the only Android manufacturer that is coming with a bag full of goodies at CES, French manufacturer Archos has also announced that it has a bunch of smart and connected device to showcase at the event next week.
According to a press release issued by Archos, the company will be showcasing two new 4G smartphones – Helium 40 and Helium 50. The smartphones feature Android 4.3 (upgradeable to Android 4.4.2), 1.4GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, and LTE cat 4 support. Full specifications below.
In addition to these phones, Archos will also debut its first smartwatches at the event. The exact number is unknown but these will be priced $50 and upwards. Archos is clearly aiming at the mass market and wants to keep its smartwatches affordable.
This is not all, along with the smartwatches and smartphones, Archos will introduce connected smart home and smartdevices like weather station, home camera, activity tracker, blood pressure monitor and a Smart Home tablet. All these devices will work all Android devices with supported Bluetooth technology on-board.
“Mobile devices have become the center of our life and our demand for instant access to information creates the need for even more interconnectivity. ARCHOS’ new lineup of connected objects exemplifies the ability to share and access information and represents our vision of creating a universe where all devices complement and work together,” said Loic Poirier, CEO of ARCHOS.