While Nokia’s Lumia 1020 certainly has the most powerful camera of any flagship smartphone, Samsung is looking more and more determined to close the gap. Korea’s ETNews reports that Samsung is working on a 20-megapixel smartphone camera module that the company will release in the second half of 2014. ETNews says that Samsung is working to aggressively improve its smartphones’ cameras and is planning to release the 20-megapixel module even though it will be releasing its Galaxy S5 flagship phone with a 16-megapixel camera just a few months earlier. Of course, even a 20-megapixel module would only give Samsung smartphone cameras just half of what the Lumia 1020 camera offers with 41 megapixels, although there’s a lot more to camera quality than what shows up on the specs sheet.