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    • I don't really feel like I need a dedicated physical camera button. I can always use the timer for selfies and group photos. My phone even uses the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner as a makeshift shutter button if the on-screen button is difficult to reach. Considering how many (all?) phones don't have an optically stabilised front camera, having a dedicated physical camera button might cause a lot of shaky photos as you try to press the button with the same hand you're holding the phone with.

    • I don't have an Android phone, but any iPhone can take a photo by pressing physical volume up or down buttons. Works like a charm. In low light conditions it may jerk the phone a bit, causing a blurry photo. The solution for low light conditions is to use a timer.

    • Oh ya I forgot about this! The same works on Android too, I just forgot about it since I never use it. The volume button can be used as a camera shutter.