Though portable cameras may never be truly obsolete, common consumer cameras are slowly being bundled with phone and music options as smartphones reach new heights of overwhelming intelligence. With increasingly impressive megapixel performances now a complementary feature of many popular phone models, some amateur photographers choose to axe the digital camera, thanks to the decreasing performance gap. Here’s a brief look at some of the more popular smartphones out there and their standard camera capabilities.iPhone The iPhone, like much of its overall appeal, features a very easy to use camera. Though this does allow for many users to take advantage of the camera function without issue, it doesn’t allow for complete control or customizability as seen in other phones. For those who simply want to take clear pictures at the push of a button, the iPhone is among the best bets on the market. At 5 megapixels, the quality won’t blow you away but it’s still up to par with many comparable phones.HTC Droid Incredible Fully equipped with 8 megapixels, you won’t find superior photo quality when buying a phone. Phone users who fancy themselves as more advanced photo enthusiasts will also appreciate a laundry list of customizable settings and options typically reserved for sans-phone cameras.Droid X Also at 8 megapixels, more so than any other phone, perhaps the Droid X looks most like a full blown camera. With a 4 inch display, shutter button, additional surface area and heavier feel, don’t be surprised to hear it referred to as a phone-camera rather than camera-phone.Blackberry Torch A lot like the iPhone in terms of sheer capability, the Torch doesn’t benefit from such a simple interface, which can be viewed as either a win for users demanding more functionality or a loss for those who are easier confused by unnecessary hoops to jump through.