I hated diverging the other threads about the S4 and the One so I figured a new thread specifically talking about the camera would make sense. I've been doing a lot of looking around as I really really like the One as my next phone, but was quite concerned at what on the surface looks like an inferior camera. Delving deeper and it seems that to a certain extent we all get caught up in this megapixel race that in part is marketing to sell next year's bigger and better camera and/or phone including that camera. This is the best review I've read so far from Anandtech: http://www.anandtech.com/show/6747/htc-one-review/4 They bring up some excellent points, explain the technology and the pros and cons of having more megapixels but smaller sensors, and vice versa as in the One. What is really attracting me to the One is the low light performance seems very impressive. I HATE using flash on taking pictures, it just makes the picture colors seem so unnatural and makes pictures look awful IMO. One advantage of the One is having to use the flash much much less when taking pictures. The reviewer also states: There is no question in my mind that the One includes the best camera in the Android space right now with the right tradeoff between resolution and sensitivity. Strong words from a trusted review web site. I'm not advocating the One quite yet as I'm still trying to decide between that and a S4, or maybe just hold out for a iphone 5s. I'm curious what others have to say, especially if anyone has any real life experience to compare to other phones. I'm especially interested in print quality as my goal in taking pictures is to eventually print them. It seems all of these megapixel arguments go out the window if we are just keeping the pictures on our phones and desktops, so printing seems to be a relevant, if not arguably the most relevant point.