1. Samsung Galaxy S3
The smartphone ‘designed for humans’ was rumoured to feature a 12-Megapixel camera, and while Samsung stuck with the 8-megapixel sensor from the S2, there are plenty of new features that make it a decent snapper. With an LED flash, autofocus, and tap to touchfocus on board, like the HTC One Series you can take pictures while filming HD footage, while the usual suspects of face and smile detection and image stabilization rounds off another great Android smartphone offering from Samsung.
T3 Says: “Still, it’s a decent sensor which delivers strong results and you can also capture full HD 1080p video.”
Next Samsung Galaxy S2
Looking for the best camera phone to get your hands on? Here's out countdown of the mobile snappers to own and leave the compact at home
The arrival of the Nokia Pureview 808 with its hulking 41-Megapixel camera serves as a reminder of how far we have come from the first camera phone the Sharp J-SH04 in 2000 with its mighty 0.11-Megapxiel snapper and 256 colour display.
If a smartphone with stellar pic-grabbing qualities is high on your features list when buying a new handset, here's our pick of the Nokia Pureview 808 alternatives boasting compact camera quality.