Not sure if your phone would cut it as a camera on holiday? You may want to consider a compact with a little bit of oomph, and Nikon has two more of those to start the year.
The world's best phones may have 4K video capture, but that doesn't mean you'll get close in great quality. And that's an area Sony intends to help with.
Some devices have a special feature that makes them stand out. That might be the "X-factor", but for Panasonic's second-gen advanced pocket camera, it's more of an LX-factor.
The world of cameras may be gradually eroded by smartphones, but advanced compacts aren't going anywhere, and Nikon's latest reveals why: zoom.
Small cameras don't often hit a big distance, but in Sony's latest RX-series camera, the focus is on both adjectives in the one body.
Fancy a camera that lets you do most everything without needing mostly every lens? Panasonic's TZ90 could be that option, provided you're good to wait until July.
Your phone may well be doing most of the camera duties lately, but if you need to get properly up close and personal on the next holiday, you're probably going to want a lot of zoom.
Compact cameras may not be doing as well as they used to, but if never want to fiddle with interchangeable lenses, a premium digital could be the thing.