British retailer Argos has commenced sales of an entry-level Windows Phone device and a Windows tablet from Bush (No, not this guy). The vendor is known to sell home entertainment solutions in the country, and is now branching out into Windows-based mobile devices and tablets.
The first offering is an entry-level Windows Phone handset which is listed SIM-free for £69.95 ($115). For that price, you'll get a device with a display resolution of 800 x 480 (no word on the size), Snapdragon CPU, 512 MB RAM, 4 GB internal memory, a microSD slot that can hold up to 64 GB cards and Windows Phone 8.1. While the screen size isn't mentioned, the dimensions of the device at 126.0 x 64 x 10.5 mm are quite similar to that of the Lumia 520, so it is possible that the Bush Windows Phone features a 4-inch screen.
Also available on the Bush Windows Phone is Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, along with a battery that offers up to 2075 hours standby time (that's 86 days if you're wondering) and up to 540 mins talk time. Along with the smartphone, Bush has also launched an 8-inch tablet called MyTablet that offers a screen resolution of 1280 x 800, Intel Bay Trail quad-core CPU, 1 GB RAM, 16 GB internal memory, microSD card slot, one USB 3,0 port and a up to six hours of battery life along with Windows 8.1 with Bing. The tablet is on offer for £129.99 ($209).
For full product details and more information on availability, head on over to Argos from the links below. What do you guys think of Bush's offerings?
Via: Tech Buzz Ireland