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Will the smartphone replace the traditional camera?

Smartphones are becoming all-in-one devices that do everything - the third biggest use for them after making calls and texting is taking pictures.

Now phones are hitting the market equipped with cameras that take more pixels per shot than we’ve ever seen before.

BBC Click’s Dan Simmons went to the IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin to see some of the latest smartphone cameras and put them to the test.

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