I just got a new Lumia 1020, and I've been playing with the camera on the phone. Very nice so far, the app that Nokia made for it in particular is nice. You can manually set a bunch of stuff, though not aperture (it's fixed at f/2.2). It has a 2/3 sensor, so the fov is that of f/8.8 on FF or f/4.4 on micro 4/3. Probably the neatest feature is the manual focus -- it's fun to be able to do that on a phone. Though you can also just tap anywhere on the screen to select a focus point too. I put together a set on Flickr with some comparison shots vs. the GX1 with the 14mm f/2.5 pancake. I figured in terms of size, fov, and likely usage that was a good lens and camera combo for the comparison. I had both set to auto, and just used the straight from the camera JPEGs from the GX1. Camera Phone Comparison - a set on Flickr It's interesting -- I think the Lumia does better in direct sunlight, the color seems more accurate and there is more detail. In shade the GX1 seems more accurate. I also like the low resolution photos from the Lumia much better than the full resolution. So the oversampling does seem to work. Even if you shrink the full resolution to the same size, you get a lot more detail and better dynamic range in the oversampled version. I don't think the full resolution images are even usable -- though Nokia lets you edit them to "zoom".