Motorola is having a very hard time keeping its unannounced devices secret… or are they? You may want to take a look at the ARCHOS ArcBook is you are looking for an Android computer. Also, the Doogee Max is offering you a lot of screen for a little money.
Motorola’s devices just can’t stay hidden! It almost seems as though they might be doing it on purpose (wink*). Regardless of what’s going on, we are getting another look at what Motorola could have at tomorrow’s announcement. That is always good!
This time the leak comes from internet super retailer Amazon.com. The website has listed a Moto G with “Universal LTE”, in both black and white. Nothing happens when you try to access that section, but at least we know the Moto E should not be alone at tomorrow’s announcement.
Opinion: We saw a leak regarding this and other versions last week. We didn’t hear much more after that, so we thought it could just be dirt under the rug, but this is pretty solid evidence.
No matter how many devices they release, ARCHOS just can’t seem to catch up with the big guys. It could be time to switch things up a bit, and the ArcBook could be all about reaching a new market. This device is an Android laptop with a price tag that will turn some heads.
Specs include a 10.1-inch 1024x600p display, a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM and Android 4.2.2. These specs are far from amazing, but the low price of $169.99 should make it a lot more exciting.
Opinion: This could be a great tool for those who just need a simple laptop with a super low price. Maybe a note-taking computer for school? I would probably recommend it, but I would like to test it before I say it’s a good device.
Looking for a Chinese phone that will definitely stand out in the crowd? The Doogee Max can be had for just $299 and sports a massive 6.5-inch 1080p display. It also carries a 1.7GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6592, 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage and a 16 MP camera.
The device is on pre-sale right now and you can have it for the price mentioned above.
Opinion: I believe you can do much better with other Chinese $300 smartphones, unless you really like amazingly large displays. Will any of you be getting one of these?