Archos 50 Core at the IFA – Archos presented several new smartphones at the IFA in Berlin. In addition to the new Archos flagship Diamond Alpha Plus, there will be an “Access Series”. The Archos Access 40, 45, 50 and 55 models already start at the RRP price of just under 70 euros and differ primarily in the display sizes.
Archos Access 40, 45, 50 and 55
In addition to the Diamond Alpha Plus with dual camera for about 400 euros, Archos presented at the IFA in Berlin new low-budget smartphone. This includes, among others, the “Access” series, consisting of Archos Access 40, Access 45, Access 50 and Access 55 models.
The Archos Access 40 starts as the cheapest model with about 70 euros and from 80 euros upwards there is the Access 45 and 50 with the data radio LTE. The Access 55 is about 100 euros. In essence, the four variants differ only in the display sizes. All four smartphones have Android 7.0 nougat preinstalled. The start of the market is set to start this month.
Technical data of the new Access series
There will be a total of eight versions of the Access series, four of them with LTE and another four without the fast data transmission. The cheapest model Archos Access 40 offers a 4-inch display, the Access 45 follows with a 4.5-inch screen and the Access 50 has a 5-inch display. The top model, Archos Access 55, has a display diagonal of 5.5 inches, but nevertheless only 960 x 540 pixel resolution. The other variants of the Access series are available with resolutions of 854 x 480 pixels depending on the version.
Archos does not call the integrated chipsets exactly. MediaTek processors (Quad-Core) are suspected and because of the low prices Cortex-A7 cores. All models have 1 gigabyte of memory on board, as well as 8 gigabytes of internal memory, which can be extended by SD card. The battery is replaceable and varies between 1200 mAh and 2,300 mAh, depending on the version. The main cameras afford 8-megapixels and the self-cameras 2 megapixels. Color versions are available, with three colorful backs for changing. The cheapest access smartphone cost about 70 euros, the “most expensive” variant nearly 100 euros.