ARCHOS Enters Mobile Phone Market with Three Devices Dylan Duarte April 19, 2013 ARCHOS, a company known for making tablets, has now entered the mobile phone arena. Instead of dipping in a foot to simply test the water, they’re looking to make a big splash with three Android devices – the 35 Carbon, 50 Platinum, and 53 Platinum. Not the most memorable names. All three phones are dual-SIM chip-supported, unlocked, and will run an unskinned version of the Android operating system. The phones will be able to access the Google Play and Google Mobile services and feature cloud support for contacts and file management. The dual SIM cards will appeal to those that can use multiple service providers. All devices have front and rear cameras. The Carbon 35 features a 3.5inch display with 320 x 480 resolution, Android Ice Cream Sandwich, and a Qualcomm 7225A 1GHz processor. The phone supports Wi-Fi, but not 4G. The Archos 50 Platinum and 53 Platinum are identical except for their respective 5.0 and 5.3-inch screens and 2000mAh and 2800mAh batteries. Both phones are equipped with Qualcomm 82225Q Quad Core cortex-A5 1.2GHz processors, 16GB of RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and micro SD storage. They’ll be running Android Jelly Bean. Like the Carbon, it looks like they’re stuck at 3G. The phones will cost $99, $219, and $249 respectively. via Gadget Review Share This With The World!