The camera is one place where Huawei's done quite a bit of customisation, giving the imaging tools a simpler appearance and cutting back on the features somewhat.
You get a simple menu system that lets you select the white balance or activate a handful of useless image filters (negative, solarise, posterise and more), plus there's the option to shoot single images of have the G330 attempt to build a composite panorama image.
The G330's sensor is rated at 5-Megapixels, with images coming off the camera at 2592 x 1944 resolution.
Pics taken outside in good light are quite crisp and clear, capturing grassy detail well, but inside it struggles more.
Low light photos are quite noisy, plus the camera takes longer to focus and shoot when lounging about indoors in the semi-darkness of winter.
The digital zoom lets you get 4x closer to your subject, and as long as you're not viewing the images at full size you can live with the results.
One big improvement over the G300 is the addition of a front-facing camera, which shoots at 480 x 640 resolution. It doesn't produce the clearest shots in the world, but is a nice thing to have in a phone at this budget price point.
It's a nice and fast camera to use, though, with the option to access it direct from the lock screen making it a little easier to whip out in a hurry when your dog does a funny face.
If you want to jazz up the photos a little, there's an image editor accessed through the Gallery. This lets you add retro filters like a vignette and film grain, or crop and flip photos, edit red-eye and rotate your shots a little to straighten them up.