Archos Power - Dual sim phone £20 @ Sainsburys

Archos Power - Dual sim phone £20 @ Sainsburys

Found 14th Aug 2016
Cross between a phone and a power bank. seen on here for more.

This is in store and online.

Seen posted at 25 and 22. Get it from Sainsburys for less!

Ideal for emergencies. Will take 2 sim cards. plus can be used as a portable charger when your latest Samsung or iPhone runs out of charge!

The F24 Power from Archos is an excellent feature phone which competes with the modern features and that serves the pertinent parameters users require from a day to day sophisticated smartphone and preferably in the budget. Archos F24 Power Dual SIM is equipped with a 2MP camera and expandable memory of up to 32Gb enabling user never to worry about running short of memory. With this phone shoot excellent pictures to lock away or share your memories forever. Additionally, the Archos F24 can be used as an emergency charger to charge other mobiles as well.

Main Features:

2.4” LCD displayUse as an Emergency charger to charge other mobilesPowerful Dual LED touchDual SIM – you can use two sim cards in this phoneFM Radio, MP3 Player with 3.5mm jack slotBluetooth & organiser with a clock, alarm clock withringtones , calendar, calculator, stopwatch and unit conversation.2MP camera for photos and videosMicro SD slot (up to 32GB support)Vibrant Black colour

The Archos F24 Power is equipped with a 2.4 inch colour screen. It offers with a simple yet intuitive interface and users can make the out of the simple interface in one quick glance. With Dual-SIM support, the phone reduces the burden of carrying multiple phones in your pockets or hands and this means that users can manage both the numbers and while being ensured that no calls or texts will go missed. This is not all, the Archos F24 Power is powered with powerhouse battery which lets users sustain the stand-by time of over a week and extended talk times even when the battery is running low.

The Archos F24 Power also comes with an integrated rear facing 2MP camera so you can capture all those great moments on the move. Entertainment goes live with snapping storing and sharing pictures by swapping memory cards, and its integrated MP3 player, FM radio player and expandable storage lets users enjoy their favourite tracks on the go wherever you are.
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I would put the specs up PDQ before this gets iced.

EDIT: Just to add it is a 2 inch 2G only dual sim (dual standby I believe) phone with a proprietary OS, no internet, bluetooth, torch, 2MP camera, FM radio, 4000mAh battery & can (partly) charge another phone. Available on Amazon for £25, with 1 OK (seemingly balanced) review. All in all, if you want a 2 inch 2G only mobile with a huge battery & basic camera, this is it, but the price is just OK & it is heavy. If you don't need the recharge other phones part (or perhaps have a £5-10 device better suited for that), then you may well find better for the money IMHO.
Edited by: "jnm21" 14th Aug 2016
here's the battery power spec from the tesco site:

The Archos F24 is a great, ever day feature phone with a 2.4 colour display and a physical 12 key keypad. It has a 4000 mAh Li-lon battery allowing you to enjoy 55 days standby and 40 hours talktime. It can also be used as an emergency charger via a USB to mini USB cable. With a great little 2MP rear camera, powerful dual LED touch and expandable memory of up to 32GB with a MicroSD card. You can also listern to FM radio or use it as a portable MP3 player.
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+ £2.50 Delivery?
Its a bulky phone, that feels of substance. Its not too bad, though there is no option for predictive text.
oh archos what have you become...
Wish Nokia still made proprietary phones! Think Microsoft sold the featurephone business back to one of Nokia partners! The battery life is what i want! I don't care about internet thats why i have an ipad and a nokia 515 annoyed whatsapp won't work by the the end of the year on my Nokia they have forgotten their roots and gone with the droid/ios only exist! But things change and in ten years who says droid will be around
It looks great!!
now £1 cheaper !
sh1t hot of you can find them and they are only £19 now in Sainsbury's. £20 in Asda
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