Good for you, HTC with the 2 Micron camera.
I've always felt that mega pixels are little more than an excuse for camera makers to brag unnecessarily. Heck, they've managed to make mega pixels into a highly overrated concept.
If mega pixels are so important, why is it that all of the digital cameras I've used take equally crappy pictures, regardless of resolution? The answer: they suck in hi-res (as opposed to sucking in low-res) . I may have enough mega pixels to create a life-sized poster, but if the lighting is messed up this bad, what's the point? Unfortunately, I don't think this will change anytime soon, since most people don't pay enough attention to there own pictures to notice this. To them, the most important thing is posting these pics on Facebook.
In fact, since this strategy works so well, the entertainment industry, as we all know, is planning on reusing the same strategy with this 4K nonsense. It's sheer madness!!!