The Android competition beats the iPhone 5 in the camera features department. Apple gives you a panorama mode, but no burst mode, and you can't tweak settings like exposure or choose different shooting modes. However, the iPhone 5 wins where it counts: photo quality. In side-by-side tests with the Galaxy S III, the iPhone 5's images were sharper and more vibrant, while Samsung's shots had a haze to them. Another flagship Android phone, the HTC One X, delivered better results indoors than the Samsung when we shot little action figures, but iPhone 5 was still sharper.