Altek Leo, the handset which was announced by the company earlier in May, has again been revealed along with its full specifications at CommunicAsia 2010. An Android handset, the phone has 14 MP camera with 3x extendable optical zoom lens and xenon flash.
The camera specs read like a typical point-and-shoot camera – 14MP resolution, 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor and 3x optical zoom and xenon flash. Altek typically make digicams, so that was to be expected. The Altek Leo also features smile detection and sweep panorama.
Altek’s vice president JS Liang informed that company has plans to launch the phone loaded with Éclair OS rather than running over latest Android 2.2 “Froryo”.
The Altek Leo will hit Asia first – Hong Kong, China and Taiwan – some time in Q4. Unfortunately, Altek didn’t say if the Leo will be heading west. As for the price, it’s estimated at 499 US dollars (400 euro).
Check out Altek Leo Hands-on Video,