Budget-based smartphone and tablet maker Archos is using CES 2016 to reveal two new device families. One is Cobalt, which goes on sale in April, while the other is called Power, which will be available sometime in May.
Here's what Archos has to say about the two new Power smartphones:
The ARCHOS 40 Power is a 4'' 3G smartphone equipped with a quad-core processor and 8 GB of internal storage. It differentiates itself by its high battery capacity, 1900mAh, in a 4'' format that fits in your pocket. It provides its user with up to two days of battery life – almost double the standard battery life. 4G/LTE compatible, the ARCHOS 50 Power is a 5'' smartphone propelled by a quadcore processor, has 2 GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory. In addition, its IPS HD display and its 13 MP back camera make the ARCHOS 50 Power a fully equipped smartphone intensive uses.
When they do go on sale the Archos 40 Power will be priced at €49,99, while the Archos 50 Power will cost €129,99.
Here's a quick look at the Archos Cobalt smartphones:
Colour casing forerunners, the yellow-backed ARCHOS 50 Diamond and the ARCHOS 50c Platinum with its pink and blue back casings have led the way for the all new Cobalt range, now fully coloured smartphones, in cobalt blue or dark grey, both front and back. Available in two screen sizes, the ARCHOS 50 Cobalt and the ARCHOS 55 Cobalt Plus smartphones are both equipped with an IPS HD display, a powerful 4G/LTE quad-core processor backed by 1 GB of RAM for the 5'' version and 2 GB of RAM for the 5.5'' version for a smoother user experience. The 8 MP camera of the 5" and the 13 MP camera of the 5.5" create high quality pictures with 8 GB and 16 GB versions providing ample storage options. For those that need even more internal storage a MicroSD card can be added.
The Archos 50 Cobalt will cost €99 when it is release while the Archos 55 Cobalt will have a price of €149.