If there was a popularity contest, then surely the Apple iPhone would have picked up a fair number of accolades to date, including being the most popular camera used to capture images that are then uploaded onto the popular photo sharing site, Flickr. The iPhone 4′s 5-megapixel shooter has passed the Nikon D90 at long last as the top camera, which took a year since it debuted in June 2010. This means under the iPhone 4 would be the mainstay D90, the Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon EOS Digital Rebel XSi and the EOS Rebel T1i.
In another piece of news, it is not surprising to see the iPhone 4 dominating the cameraphone category as well, where its closest competitor is yet another Apple device – the iPhone 3G, lying in a distant second. Surely the question will arise – are there any non-Apple products at all in the top five cameraphones category? The answer is yes, the Android-powered HTC Evo 4G that is right at the very bottom alongside the iPod touch.
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