Another day, another 10+ MP camera phone headed to some Japanese carrier, which will never see the light of day outside of the islands. LG L-03C goes to the NTT DoCoMo network, and is in essence a point-and-shoot camera with some wireless bands inside.
It's got a 12MP Pentax cam with CCD sensor and 3x optical zoom, a 3" screen with 480x800 pixels of resolution, and the unpleasant talk time duration of 3.5 hours on a charge. Granted, it has a Xenon flash, HD video recording, and ISO up to 3200 for those low light shots, but at 5.83 ounces (165g) and 0.87" (22mm) thickness, we don't think many shutterbugs will be pocketing this as their main phone.
On top of that it is a feature phone, not an Android endeavor like the 14MP Altek Leo, so we are not losing much sleep over it.