In the recent press release on support for paid-for apps in AppsLib, Archos is detailing some of the screen resolutions of the 8th generation of Archos portable tablet devices:
AppsLib is currently looking to locate and process new applications for hosting on ARCHOSÔÇÖ next generation of Internet Tablets, soon be announced. The five new ARCHOS Android Tablets will feature touchscreens ranging from 2.8ÔÇÖÔÇÖ to 10ÔÇÖÔÇÖ in width with resolutions including QVGA (240 x 320) with LDPI density, FWVGA (854x480) with HDPI density, WVGA (800x480) with MDPI density and up to the maximum WSVGA (1024x600) with MDPI density.
What this means is Archos Generation 8 is probably going to have devices with screens around these sizes and resolutions:
- Archos 3 Android Gen8 = 2.8" QVGA 320x240 LDPI density
- Archos 4 Android Gen8 = 3.5" or 3.7" or 4.0" or 4.1" or 4.3" FWVGA 854x480 HDPI density
- Archos 5 Android Gen8 = 4.8" WVGA 800x480 MDPI density
- Archos 7 Android Gen8 = 7" WVGA 800x480 MDPI density or 7" WSVGA 1024x600 MDPI density
- Archos 10 Android Gen8 = 10" WSVGA 1024x600 MDPI density
Questions could be following:
- How many of these, are any of these using capacitive touch screens?
- Can Archos use Pixel Qi on the Archos 10 Android, it would make it beat iPad on every comparative review, last 50 hours on the battery, be usable outdoors, be usable for reading a lot, support wide viewing angles and anti-glare with capacitive touch is possible! They should do it!
Do you have better ideas of what may be the actual screen sizes, screen types and resolutions which Archos is likely going to be using on the 5 new Android tablets to come? Post here.