Another evindence for that people are primitive and incompetent. They voted for monochrome just because they saw the phrase "low light" in the vote. They don't understand what does it mean. In fact the monochrome camera is totally useless. It does not help anything in low light. And nobody want photos in black and white.
The key for good low light performance is large camera sensor (and camera bump or thicker phones), wide aperture and large pixel size. These primitive people would be whining and complaining if the phone had camera bump or if the phone would be a few mm thicker because of the large camera sensor.
If they want dual camera then the second camera should be a telephoto (optical zoom) camera with 3x zoom. It would be the most useful.
But dual camera setup is a bad concept anyway. They should use the greatest single camera, instead of mediocre dual camera.
johnnkennedy, 09 Jul 2017Keep calm & buy honor 8 pro..Keep calm & don't bother buying a new phone at all if your current one works
I don't really understand people who expect phones to have a "wide angle + normal" cameras in mobile phone. Phone cameras in flagship models (mostly those that get dual cams) already have wide-angle lens, next to fisheye. Anything wider will give pretty bad distortions (most already do). At the same time, 'normal' won't give any advantages, as you can simply take a few steps towards the picture and have the exact same image, or take a few steps back and have a wider scene. But you lose noise reduction and bokeh effects from other options. While bokeh can be simulated using software, there's not much you can do about noise reduction. To me 'wide + normal' is the variant that makes zero sense.