Digital camera resolution is measured in Megapixels. One Megapixel (MP) is made of one million pixels/dots. The more Megapixels per square inch - the higher the resolution, and the better the quality of the photograph. A photograph, whether viewed on the screen or printed, is composed of tiny dots (also called pixels). The more of these dots that can fit in a one inch space, the tinier the dots resulting in a sharper the image.
*1 gigabyte (GB) = 1 billion bytes. Some capacity not available for data storage.
**Approximate picture, song or video storage based on typical file sizes (3MB/image, 4MB/song, 9Mbps HD Standard Mode/video); will vary by device.