Originally Posted by AthlonXP1800
1) more MP DOES NOT EQUAL BETTER IMAGES
Why does some people like you saying more MP size does not equal better images?
So why did people prefered 5MP images on iphone 4 vs dreadful 1.3MP on itouch 4? Because once they zoomed on 1.3MP images to see more details but it all squares of pixels so more MP give more details to see when zoomed in or want to print out a giant photo or A3 poster.
2) if you want BETTER QUALITY PICTURES, BUY A REAL CAMERA!
Not true, guess you hadnt read past reviews of Motorola Droid X and others android phones with 8MP camera, they gave 14MP high end real cameras a run of money in picture and video camera quality.
this just proves how little you know about digital photography, sensors, mp etc..
MP is the least important item that makes up a good image quality.
1) sensor size (sensors in phones are tiny)
2) glass aka lens (again, cheap, barelly anything there)
3) ISO performance (big joke on the phones)
4) aperature (no control on phones)
5) noise handling (extreme high amount of noise reduction, loosing details)
just five main factors, but there are more.