Archos is expanding the Oxygen line of tablets with three new models
Just days before the MWC 2016 in Barcelona, Archos gives a glimpse on three new tablets that will be showcased at the event. All of them are members of the Oxygen series of budget slates – Archos 70 Oxygen, 80 Oxygen and 101b Oxygen. The names of the devices correspond to the diagonal of the displays.
The smallest tablet is the Archos 70 Oxygen outfitted with a 7-inch screen. The Archos 80 Oxygen arrives with an 8-inch glass. The largest new tablet is with 10.1-inch display, the Archos 101b Oxygen. The three new models sport pretty much the same specs. The resolution of the screen of all of them is 1080p. They work with quad-core processors clocked at 1.3GHz. In terms of RAM, all three slates have 2GB RAM. The assured storage on board is 16GB. They are packed with 5MP primary rear cameras and 2MP front sensors for selfies. One of the advantages of the new Oxygen tablets is the modern software they run on. Android 6.0 Marshmallow is pre-installed on the trio.
They support Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS connectivity features. The batteries of the tablets are with different capacities. The 70 Oxygen has a 3000mAh cell in its gut. The 80 Oxygen boasts a 4500mAh battery while the largest 101b Oxygen is provided with a 6000mAh cell. The three slates will be released in May, but before that they will be showcased properly at MWC 2016 in Barcelona starting next week. The price of the 7-incher is £75, the 8-incher costs £99.99, and the 10.1-incher will be available for purchase for £119.