Instead of joining the megapixel war, Samsung has worked on the camera optics. We think the company has managed to do an excellent job. The iPhone’s popular HDR mode has now made its way to the Galaxy SIII. When turned on, the camera captures two images—one to take the dark tones into account, the other the lighter areas and combines them into a better photo then either. The zero shutter lag, burst shot with best photo and still image capture while shooting videos—features made popular by the HTC One X—are also here. Then there is the face tag feature, which recognises photos from the contact list and is further linked to ‘buddy share’ that makes sharing photos much easier. Wish the phone had a dedicated camera key and we could use the camera while taking calls.