Archos is a brand probably better known for its tablets, but in case you loved the brand and wouldn’t mind owning an Archos smartphone, the company has recently revealed their new Titanium lineup of Android smartphones for the European market, with no word on if and when these phones will be making their way stateside. Apart from screen size and battery size, all phones appear to be identical and will feature a MT 6752 1.3GHz dual-core processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of onboard storage expandable via microSD, a 5MP camera, and all will run on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
The devices in question are the Titanium 40, Titanium 45, Titanium 50, and the Titanium 53. They will feature display resolution of 800×800, 854×480, 960×540, and 854×480 respectively. The battery sizes will also vary depending on the model chosen, with the lowest end model feature a battery size of 1,500mAh, while the largest model will come with a 2,500mAh battery. Not the most impressive Android phones we’ve seen to date, but with prices starting at 99 EUR and costing as much as 159.99 EUR, we expect that these phones will appeal to those who need a smartphone but don’t want to pay as much for a higher-end Android device, or maybe even an iPhone.