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camera phone

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cameraphone

n
(Telecommunications) a mobile phone incorporating a camera
Translations
mobilní telefon s fotoaparátem
kameratelefon
kamerapuhelin
telefon s kamerom
カメラ付き携帯電話
카메라폰
kameratelefon
โทรศัพท์ที่มีกล้องถ่ายรูปในตัว
điện thoại chụp ảnh

camera phone

تِلِيفُونٌ بِكَامِيرَا mobilní telefon s fotoaparátem kameratelefon Kameratelefon τηλέφωνο με κάμερα móvil con cámara, teléfono con cámara kamerapuhelin téléphone appareil photo telefon s kamerom telefono con fotocamera カメラ付き携帯電話 카메라폰 cameratelefoon kameramobil telefon komórkowy z aparatem fotograficznym telefone com câmara, telefone com câmera телефон со встроенной камерой kameratelefon โทรศัพท์ที่มีกล้องถ่ายรูปในตัว fotoğraflı telefon điện thoại chụp ảnh 带相机的手机
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