Archos introduces 13.3 inch tablet at IFA, names it 133 Oxygen
We just started to hear about the French smartphone maker named Archos some days ago with the announcement of some of their devices that could easily fit into the entry level and mid-range markets and with that, we knew that they were planning something great for IFA.
Asides from all of the ones that we have reported here earlier then, they have another smartphone that showed up in their booth at IFA and this one is a tablet offering so Android tablets users, get in here.
The smartphone would have 13.3 inches of screen and be named Archos 133 Oxygen. We already know that they love numbers in their naming system and also, they consider the periodic table a lot so this should not come as a shock to you.
On the 13.3 inches’ screen is a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and it uses an octa core processor supplied by Rockchip, specifically the RRK3368. This particular chipset has an operational frequency of 1.5GHzand is coupled to a CPU configuration of 2GB RAM and 64GB internal storage space, which can be expanded to as much as 128GB as the user sees fit.
As regards camera, the front nit is set at 2MP while the back unit is a 5MP snapper. Keeping the lights on would be the 10000mAh battery. Overall, the smartphone runs on the Android Marshmallow and it would sell for $238 in the US.
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