If the humps is the result of better optics and larger sensor then HUMP all the way!!! ...if it's just a piece of plastic to show it has "bigger" sensor and "larger" optics then flat - all depend on what you expect
Phecabooth, 15 Aug 2017I'm not a camera person, so I did not mind. Also it was not crap, but not good, that for real.... moreIm almost sure that was the one. My friemd had it and i used it a lot. It had an oled which was nice but not the brightest and a 21mp cam, but the focus was ....ok and didnt work well in anything but very well situations and even then...it was ok. For me personally.
It fid have decent battery life and was a good phone. And the speaker was great.
Anonymous, 15 Aug 2017Wasnt the camera kind of crap though? But speaker was awesome. Im pretty sure thats the one i usedI'm not a camera person, so I did not mind. Also it was not crap, but not good, that for real.
The Flagship phone better ship a good camera, but I lived with my Moto Maxx 26 month.
for me the huge battery nice display and a stylish body take over anything else.
and very unhappy the Lenovo kill the Motorola the way they making their phones now.
I'd prefer flat, but if an otherwise perfect device has a camera hump, so be it. I always buy a case for my devices, so the device will usually lay flat no matter how huge the hump is.
Phecabooth, 14 Aug 2017If it is stylish good looking which will fit to the body, no problem at all. but cannot vote ... moreWasnt the camera kind of crap though? But speaker was awesome. Im pretty sure thats the one i used
If it is stylish good looking which will fit to the body, no problem at all.
but cannot vote choosing just no or yes.
Moto Z ugly
Samsung Note 4 no problem at all.
but I used a Moto Maxx aka DROID Turbo until april which was great... my best phone ever, no humps but the lens was placed deeper into the body it has got Ballystic Nylon back, but the Dupont Kevlar durable as well no need to worry about scratches.
if it sell as cameraphone, I don't mind the humps. Because it may have bigger sensor (Lumix) or bigger lens for optical zoom (Kzoom).
DenisXD, 14 Aug 2017The poll doesn't make sense. It's up to mobile designers if a phone will have hump or not.Please don't tell me toy actually thought you made sense just there
Humps are not bad, as long as the camera is worth it (ex.: Nokia 808, Lumia 1020). Hell, they sometimes help in handling phone. If you want it flat, make it flatter by putting a bigger battery. Aesthetics ruining everything: functionality rocks.
I wouldn't care less about this. All I care about is good battery life and somewhat good camera quality.
NichtsGemacht, 14 Aug 2017You do know that the question was very specific right? god... learn to read. The poll doesn't make sense. It's up to mobile designers if a phone will have hump or not.
I was looking at the picture and then almost misread the title as "Weekly poll: are CAMEL humps bad?".
AnonD-510275, 14 Aug 2017But smaerphone nowdays have wider screen which is more dimension to handleYes. So even 10-12mm. That could hold much bigger battery, high res camera that is mega pixel count and large pixel size, speakers, projector, and whatever else
Flagship phones from Samsung and HTC have shown you can have better camera than iphone 7 PLus without the hump.
Flat is justice, I'll bring real camera anyway when I need image quality