Bash unknowingly? Jason is a professional photographer. I'm pretty sure he knows more about cameras than you do.
But since you insist:
MPs are only a way to measure resolution. They're not indicative of the image quality. The problem with cramming more MPs onto an image sensor is that you're going to get a higher noise to signal ratio which means either grainy pics or the camera has to bump up noise reduction, leading to a loss of detail.
Yes photo editing. Just because the phone does it automatically for you doesn't mean that there's no photo editing involved. You're really betraying how little you actually know about photography.
Zooming in all I see is a high resolution image with noticeable loss in fine details. Every detail looks blurred which means either image sensor can't capture it properly or the image was run through too aggressive a NR filter.
Again, you're just betraying how little you know about photography. You can get 16:9 shots from any camera. 16:9 is just an aspect ratio. It has nothing to do with the image quality of a camera.
Seriously, stop trying to sound like you know what you're talking about.
Edited by r31ncarnat3d - 9/13/13 at 9:44am