By Oliver Cragg
2019 saw basically every important smartphone maker produce devices with more than one rear camera. Even single-shooter holdouts like Google joined the multi-camera party with the dual-lens Pixel 4, though most OEMs were a little more ambitious than the search giant and opted for two, three, or sometimes even more additional sensors.
There’s just one problem that plagues this multi-camera utopia: making all those extra camera holes not look really ugly. Some manufacturers have managed to integrate extra sensors with style and pizzazz. Others… have not.
With a raft of early Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus renders once again making smartphone fans question
Samsung’s sanity what the criteria is for a good-looking multi-lens camera module, I thought it’d be fun to take a look at the most famous/infamous attempts in recent memory. I’ve also tried to lump them into categories, because there are definitely some clear design trends out there and far too many phones to include them all.
Editor’s note: This has all purely been done for a bit of fun. You might …read more
Source:: android authority