GranitePhone is new secure phone option from SIKUR and Archos


Archos, in partnership with SIKUR (think “secure”), has announced the availability of the GranitePhone by SIKUR, a new entry for people who are looking for an ultra-secure smartphone. The GranitePhone joins devices like the Blackphone and the Turing Phone as an option for users who need something more secure than your typical smartphone. Read more

ARCHOS announces pair of budget smartphones just in time for IFA 2015


ARCHOS announced two Android smartphones they will be making available this fall and that will be on display at IFA 2015 this year. The two devices include the ARCHOS Diamond S, described as a “superlative” smartphone “that the average person can afford” according to Loic Poirier, CEO of ARCHOS. The other smartphone announced is the ARCHOS 50e Helium. Read more

ARCHOS announces new Magnus tablet line, new “Fusion Storage” option for devices


ARCHOS has announced they are bringing a new line of tablet devices to market in April 2015. The tablets will be part of a new “Magnus” line of devices that focus on making large amounts of storage available for users. Along with the new tablets, ARCHOS is also introducing a new technology dubbed Fusion Storage on their new smartphones and tablets, as well as some unspecified existing devices, that seamlessly combines internal memory and microSD card memory capacity. Read more

Archos announces four new phones focused on performance and price


We are only days away from the official start of MWC 2015 and Archos has already unveiled a new batch of phones running Android 4.4 KitKat. The 52 Platinum, 59 Xenon, and 62 Xenon are the handsets being marketed as multimedia-friendly with quad-core processors.

Hit the break for a look at the specifications as well as another one introduced by Archos.

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Archos announces two new LTE devices ahead of CES unveiling

archos diamondArchos has announced two new devices that the company will be showing off at CES this year, and both devices offer a ton of value for the price. Archos is weighing heavily on the LTE aspect of its new phone and tablet duo, which seems to be a trend for budget phones this year.

First up is the Archos Diamond, an incredibly affordable smartphone at a very low price. The Diamond features an octa-core CPU, 16 GB of internal storage with 2 GB of RAM, plus a full HD 5-inch display. The smartphone features 4G LTE radios, so the network won’t be the bottleneck here. Archos plans on releasing the Diamond with a price tag below $200. Read more