But we think the most offensive phone element is hidden under our eyes: the jolts of the camera.
These hideous protuberances have always been a source of visual pollution, arising from the back of the phone for years, and they are becoming more and more ugly with each new model.
As always, we use a ranking system that makes the most sense: 🐪 (It was natural, no?), five being the worst and one the best.
Of course you have not asked that, but here are the bumpy smartphone cameras, classified, anyway!
12. iPhone XS 2
Tons of leaks and rumors I would have reported what the new iPhone this year would look like. TL; DR? The glass and metal design is similar to that of the iPhone XS and XS Max, but with a much larger camera hump at the back to accommodate a third camera (supposedly ultra wide). The big bump of the camera was first leak in January by Steve Hemmerstoffer, aka @OnLeaks. From all the bumps of the camera, it seems to be the most glaring with three cameras arranged in a triangle inside a square protrusion. It's big, strange and very similar to Apple. Hope this will look better in person than in concept.
11. Google Pixel 4
Google Pixel 4 has not yet launched. However, in a rare move, the tech giant shared an image upcoming phone numbers a few months before its scheduled release. Visible in front and in the corner: a huge bump with what looks like two cameras, an LED flash and the supposed "spectral sensor". It is impossible to say how the square bump of the Pixel 4's camera compares to that of the successors of this year's iPhone XS and XR. One thing is certain: with fewer lenses, this may seem less strange.
10 Huawei P30 Pro
Huawei or his phones, one thing you can not ignore is the gigantic hump of the camera located at the back of his flagship product P30 Pro. The camera is one of the biggest and longest ever seen on a smartphone. If Huawei continues to add new cameras, the P40 and P50 Pro cameras will only have one great pill-shaped hump on the right side. We pray that this never happens.
9. Samsung Galaxy Fold
From Samsung Galaxy Fold is delayed indefinitely. Well, because his photo hump could use a major diet. The Galaxy Fold already has the thickness of two phones once folded, why is there even a photo bump? On a phone as thick, it is even a crime to have one.
8. The red hydrogen One
Red's first smartphone from the movie camera manufacturer, the Hydrogen A, was in our opinion the worst product of 2018 and the real shipwreck of the phone that nobody should buy. But despite its stocky construction, its "4D holographic display" and its poor image quality, the camera hump is perhaps the least offensive element about the camera. # 39; s device. Of course, he is tall and takes up almost a third of his back, but he is still thin enough to not Wobble on a flat surface.
7. OnePlus 7 Pro
The OnePlus 7 Pro is a beautiful phone. It's a bit thick, but it's still a very popular device. What is not sexy is the long camera on the back: the right edge is sharper than the photos and easily captures the dust. In addition, the telephoto (lowest) can easily be covered with your index finger when the phone is held in portrait mode.
6. Sony Xperia 1
Similar to the bump camera aligned in the center of the OnePlus 7 Pro, the Sony Xperia 1 & # 39; s contains three cameras. In the end, the camera hump of the Xperia 1 is slightly lower than that of the OnePlus 7 Pro only because the edge is chamfered and less sharp, and that the LED flash can not be overlaid with the index of your fingers. The details matter!
5. iPhone XS
I love the versatility of iPhone XS two cameras (wide and 2x telephoto), but I hate that the pill-shaped camera hump design has spread like wildfire to other phones. If there's a phone to blame for normalizing the camera's bumps, that's fine. iPhone X. The positive side: the hump is one of the smallest (for the moment).
4. Samsung Galaxy S10 +
Samsung's four Galaxy S10 Phones have a rectangular camera protection module that includes anywhere between 2 to 4 cameras, an LED flash and a heart rate sensor. Aligned parallel to the Samsung logo, this camera is unique enough not to be confused with an iPhone or a OnePlus.
3. Huawei Mate 20 Pro
Huawei's Mate 20 Pro gets credit for being the first smartphone to use a square shaped camera hump. Positioned in the middle, the camera contains three cameras (wide, ultra-wide and telephoto) and an LED flash. The bulge of the camera is important, but as the cameras and the flash are symmetrical and the whole module is placed in the center instead of the corner, it is beautiful.
2. Nokia 9 PureView
The Nokia 9 PureView could have been a great phone. Unfortunately, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip was just enough to assemble images from the phone's five rear cameras. That said, props to Nokia for packing five cameras, a 3D depth-of-flight (ToF) depth sensor and an LED flash on the backside without the help of any camera shock . If you want to take a look at the LED flash, the Nokia 9 PureView would have won first prize.
1. LG G8 ThinQ
1. The LG G8 ThinQ & # 39; s Fantastic aerial gestures will not win many people and the rest of the phone is passable, but one thing is that nails are the hump of the camera. There is not one! In one way or another, LG managed to include two cameras lined up on the phone's body. It's not even as if the body of 8.4 mm (0.33 inch) was very thick or otherwise. If there is a feature Apple, Samsung or Huawei, it is this beautiful camera design.
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