Is anyone getting tired of the fight over "most innovative"?

I've been sick of it for awhile, but this article's comment thread got me to the point of "enough is enough." This notion that innovation is some kind of moral imperative, and whoever's changed the most about their device wins a fictional nerd-backed Nobel Innovation Prize is just unbelievably boring, and watching it dominate discussions while people throw shit at each other over minutiae like whether the Lumia 920's camera and touch sensitivity are more innovative than S Pen is exhausting. It's done to our new phone discussions what the debt ceiling fight has done to political discussions. So it occurred to me: why not just reject the premise of the question?

Does it really matter whether added touchscreen sensitivity is more innovative than Google Now? Whatever happened to arguing about which phone is the best phone?