TV ads for the new Nokia Lumia 1020 have been shown recently (if you're not up with it yet, here's an article from The Guardian: http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2013/oct/07/nokia-lumia-1020-review-41-megapixel-camera ). We all know by now that it's not the number of pixels that produce image quality, but the size, spacing and angle of the photosites. How on earth can a 41MP camera this small have a sensor that could possibly contain enough usable photosites? Presumably gullible snappers will go for it because it's the latest thing, but no serious photographer could expect much from it, surely? And while we're on the subject of camera phones .. how many files can be stored in these little devices? Presumably the 101 'apps' that everyone has take up quite a bit of memory. Do camera phone snappers ever download and post-process their images, or do they just keep them in there to show friends, until the memory is full and they have to delete some?