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    • I love the idea of notchless displays and phones without pop up selfie cams, but quality. Phone makers continually astonish me with how great they’ve been able to make their cameras, proving me wrong over and over, and I hope they do it this time too.

      I just don’t see how it’s possible to peek through a crowded array of pixels and get results comparable to what you can get with space for a real lens.

    • 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.