Just before leaving the CES 2011 floor, the folks of Engadget stopped for a minute and checked out a beauty: the 14MP cameraphone Aigo A8. Formerly known as Altek Leo, the device is pretty promising and for now it’s meant to reach Asia via China Unicom. The devices sports a camera with a 14 megapixel CCD sensor, Xenon flash and many more features, that you’ll learn after the break.


Aigo A8 comes with 3x optical zoom and support for 720p HD video capture, while the design may look a bit like a thicker iPhone 4. On the front side there’s a 3.2 inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen plus 3 extra buttons. At the back there’s an aluminum battery cover and moving on to the software side we find the Android 2.1 OS, putting to good use the 600MHz CPU on board.

Connectivity-wise you get WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, GSM, HSPA and 3G. The interface of the handset and more details are shown in the video below:

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