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Alcatel POP C7 and Archos 80 ChildPad added to 51Degrees device detection

Published on Thursday, February 13, 2014

Alcatel POP C7 and Archos 80 ChildPad added to 51Degrees device detection

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This week a combination of 152 new hardware devices, browsers and operating system versions have been added to the device detection database. This week introduces Alcatel POP C7 and Archos 80 ChildPad.
The Alcatel POP C7 enters the market with a 5" TFT display with screen resolution 854 x 480 and 16M colour display. The Alcatel smartphone running at 1.3GHz quad-core CPU and have 4GB internal memory that can be expanded to 32GB via microSD. The Alcatel POP C7 was released in December 2013 and exist in two versions: Single SIM and dual SIM. This Alcatel smartphone has two cameras 5MP back an 0.3 front.
The new Archos 80 ChildPad that was released December 2013 has a 8" LCD display with screen resolution 768 x 1024 and 256k colour display. It is similarly fitted with a 2MP rear camera with flash and 0.3MP front camera, 4GB of internal storage and a MicroSD slot which can further expand the memory by another 64GB. This Archos 80 ChildPad running at ARM Cortex-A9 with 1 GHZ dual-core CPU.

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