The $199.99 HTC Titan II (AT&T) is the first smartphone sold by a U.S. carrier to boast an ultrasharp 16-megapixel image sensor. It also has a host of scene modes and granular manual settings that offer plenty of fine-tuned control.
That said, the less-expensive $99.99 Nokia Lumia 900 (AT&T) is no camera slouch, either. It packs a respectable 8-megapixel sensor plus fancy Carl Zeiss optics. But can the Lumia best a phone that costs $100 more at its own camera game?