French tablet maker Archos recently announced plans to get into the smartphone game. Now the company, which is best known for making cheap tablets, is promising to deliver 7 Android phones this fall, which is about 4 more than the company has mentioned so far.

Archos, which is best known for making low-cost tablets, also says it’s working on new high-end tablets including models with 3G capabilities.

We should find out more about the company’s plans at the IFA trade show in Berlin in September.

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Archos revealed its plans to… announce its plans in an investor document going over the company’s earnings for the first half of 2013.

The company says it will announce 5 new high-end tablets at IFA, and market 6 phones through retail partners this fall.

Archos also plans to introduce tablets designed around certain themes including smart TVs, gaming, and education.

via Eeevolution

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5 replies on “Archos to launch 7 Android smartphones this fall”

  1. These days, Archos stuff is rebadged 3rd-tier Chinese stuff. The only work they do is pick the supplier, get the wares through customs, and pretend to be doing after-sales service.
    That’s OK though, the low-end smartphone market is booming, Archos actually are following in the footsteps of Wiko, which are hugely successful in France, selling good, not great, phones for $200-ish.
    There’s a 50%-100% markup compared to buying direct from China though. I personally buy direct from Geekbuying, they are an honest outfit with after-sales service actually a fair bit better than Archos’.

    1. “which are hugely successful in France, selling good, not great, phones for $200-ish. ”
      Don’t you mean Euro instead of $?
      And btw…. Archos is selling smartphones ? Where? on which solar sistem? perhaps (only) in France!
      I have never onw an Archos (rebranded) product. Here in Romania we have Archos-like companies (Allview, Eboda) who sells rebranded chinesse smartphones: high prices and low quality after-sales support.

        1. nice looking phone and better specs than other rebranded phone (which are sold in my country), at a very good price.
          Too bad that is being sold only in France.

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