The most entry-level of Archos's new Mobile World Congress smartphones, the 40B Titanium still makes a strong play for music fans. Archos promises that an "enhanced audio system" (we'll see what that really means) and dual front facing speakers will produce excellent sound for your tunes. On the other hand, Archos didn't spill details on whether the Titanium will have have a more robust music player than the standard Android app. In any case, you'll be able to download a ton of tracks from the Google Play store.
The handset's other features are scaled down from Archos's other new Mobile World Congress smartphones, the more powerful
The Titanium will sell for Â£99.99 ($165) though Archos has yet to announce when it will release the phone and where it will go first. We'll be able to tell you more when we get our hands on the handset at Mobile Wold Congress.