Archos unveiled its first Android Oreo Go Edition phone and its a big one the Archos Access 57 packs a 5.7 screen. It will be available in October at the low price of 80 (thats just under $95). As you can imagine given the price, the specs are fairly modest.
We start with the screen it has 480 x 960px resolution. Far from the sharpest, but at least it offers a modern 18:9 aspect ratio. The phone is powered by a Spreadtrum SC9832E chipset with a quad-core processor (1.4GHz) and 1GB of RAM.
The storage will depend on the connectivity. The Access 57 is a dual SIM phone with either 4G connectivity (16GB storage) or 3G (8GB). There is a microSD card slot rated at up to 64GB.
Archos Access 57 will offer a large 5.7″ screen at a small price of 80
The phone offers an 8MP camera on its back (with 1080p video recording) and a 2MP selfie camera.
The battery is a bit of a letdown it has 2,400mAh capacity and it will be charged by the included 0.6A microUSB charger. It promises 15 hours of talk time and 80 hours of standby. And it is user-replaceable.
Heres something else that might cheer you up theres a 3.5mm jack on board and an FM radio. At 80, we cant expect much more, can we?