AnonD-632062, 11 Aug 2017Camera humps are unanimously bad. I mean, make the entire phone thicker to cover the bump and ... moreI agree. I rather have the phone itself thicker to masked the camera hump. Plus, a bigger battery. It wont hurt to do just that. Phone cases do flatten out the hump but some minority prefer to be case-free.
Anonymous, 11 Aug 2017Doesn't matter really, as long as the photos are decent. Camera hump issues are overblown - th... moreUntil it gets scratched by being laid down on a rough surface, or worse, is to break it and cry.
Baby Bird, 11 Aug 2017They are "bad" but without them the image quality will be much worse.Or the manufacturer could simply ignore the trend of mediocre thin phones and add some touch of thickness to occupy for larger battery and better camera hardware without a bump.
The LG G4 has a great solution for that - curved body. It has a large sensor, as large as that of the Galaxy S6 models and Note 5, but doesn't exhibit the bump that the two latter have.
Sure, it's not the thinnest device, but f**k do you need a thin phone? It's not a goddamn credit card to be that thin!
To be honest, I don't care. Because I care about my devices, all of my phones go directly into a case, which will always flatten out a camera hump. Even if I get one of those thin 0.35mm cases, it usually will flatten out a camera hump.
I prefer flat and add a thickness if camera prone making a bump, its have better look,a small bump is ok like xzs,but big bump like iphone 7plus is ugly for me,moreover,camera bump prone to easily damage than flat camera,because that bump is to obvious,imagine if fall on flat backside(rip camera)
Before saying anything, Let me say,
Iphone had large bezel, and small camera sensor, yet have a camera bump, pixel, also had large bezel but had bigger sensor and also, no camera bump, image quality, we know who is better
Doesn't matter really, as long as the photos are decent. Camera hump issues are overblown - they hardly affect camera performance, if at all.
They are "bad" but without them the image quality will be much worse.
Camera humps are unanimously bad. I mean, make the entire phone thicker to cover the bump and add a larger battery while you are at it, but don't keep a protruding hump.
I don't mind them because I always have a case on my phone, which negates the bump.
I would rather have a better camera & bump than sacrifice camera quality to eliminate the bump.