With smartphone befitting a better alternative of cameras, the photo shooting expertise of phones is becoming a focus point for all phone and camera review sites. Recently we held a shootout of the cameras to prove camera efficiency of iPhone 5S over the Galaxy S4. HTC One also scored high but in low light conditions.

HTC is trying to improve on camera tech with its each version. The One sports an Ultrapixel camera that supports low-light shots with its large sensors to pull in more light.

According to sources, the Samsung Galaxy S4 has a 13 megapixel sensor against the iPhone 5S 8MP which makes a difference in photo size only. Samsung would have to definitely work out on optics as more megapixels becoming less important specs these days.

The fact that smartphone is the only camera option for majority of its buyers; companies with superior camera technology will attract more buyers across the globe. The upcoming iPhone 5S is all the more welcome with a better camera than iPhone 5. Some reports do indicate that a higher-resolution camera with enhanced low-light mode and a larger LED flash are in store for the 5S.

If all reports are true, the iPhone 5S becomes more camera-centric to sway buyers.