The barrier of 12 megapixels for cameraphones has been long gone, ever since that 16MP Sony Ericsson device appeared in Asia. Now there’s another appealing model coming, the Altek Leo A14, a smartphone that’s a bit thick, but it delivers all the photo quality one could desire.


The handset is expected to debut in China and Taiwan soon and it brings forth features like 3.5G connectivity, a 3.2 inch WVGA capacitive screen and an 800 MHz processor. Android 2.1 is running on the phone, that also comes with WiFi, HSDPA, GPS, a microSD card slot and Bluetooth.

Altek Leo A14’s camera is a professional one, with autofocus, Xenon flash and 3x optical zoom among the features. It’s supposed to also enter the Russian and Indian markets in Q2 2011 and it seems Altek wants to launch another cameraphone with Android 2.3 or 2.3 on board afterwards.

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