It's pretty sweet! Since the last update featured HDR where the camera takes three pictures and than chooses the best one of the three. It's a 5-megapixel camera with a built in flash. I've taken some nice pictures so far.
I am impressed with the quality, but I still prefer to bring my DSLR around for best quality photos.
I have seen some HD video from the latest iPhone that was pretty stunning.
Not bad, but you have to use it in good light environment to get the good result.
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