Leo is new camera with 14 Megapixel by Altek.it’s not all in the megapixel count, but damn if that isn’t just a little impressive.So enjoy Leo by Altek….
We don’t have a lot of detail to work on here, but Aitek — a company that’s no stranger to ridiculous optics slapped on the back of a phone — is chatting up its new Leo model that will officially bow at next month’s CommunicAsia show in Singapore. It’s being ominously called a “smartphone” without talking about the platform at hand, but judging from the key layout, we’re going to fathom a guess that it might be running Android.
The Leo also keeps the 3 x optical zoom and both LED and Xenon flash. as well as HD video recording. The actual phone part of the phone sounds passable, including 3G and Wi-Fi, and might be running Android, considering the keys below the touchscreen and smartphone label.
Around back, you have a zoom lens parked in front of a 14 megapixel sensor that’s capable of 720p video capture, and the support for WiFi and HSPA alike should help you ferry those shots to where they need to go. Pricing, availability, and other pertinent details will hopefully follow — but for now, follow the break for another teaser shot along with Aitek’s PR.
If Leo actually does run on Android, the only thing to be worried about is the camera’s sensor, rendering and lens quality. If they’re solid, I would really love to see this phone in North America, but considering the Altek Leo will be launching in June at the CommunicAsia conference, I won’t hold my breath.