Archos is bringing a new line of low-cost Android tablets with dual core processors to market this year under the Archos Titanium brand. That’s not to be confused with the slightly pricier Archos Platinum quad-core tablets, which should also hit the streets soon.
The first few Archos Titanium tablets have started popping up at the FCC this month, with listings for the Archos 70 Titanium and Archos 101 Titanium tablets, with 7 and 10 inch screens, respectively.
Archos plans to sell the 7 inch model for $119, while the larger Archos 101 will sell for $199.
The company also has a 9.7 inch model with a Retina-like 2048 x 1536 pixel display, but that model will run $249.
Every tablet in the Titanium range will be powered by a 1.6 GHz Rockchip RK3066 ARM Cortex-A9 dual core processor with Mali 400 quad-core graphics. They’ll also ship with Android Jelly Bean software, the Google Play Store, and Archos Media Center.
There’s still no word on when the new tablets will go on sale in the US.