Could someone explain to me why having a "camera bulge" on a phone is a good idea 𝗳𝗿𝗼𝗺 π˜π—΅π—² π—°π˜‚π˜€π˜π—Όπ—Ίπ—²π—Ώ'π˜€ π—½π—²π—Ώπ˜€π—½π—²π—°π˜π—Άπ˜ƒπ—²? I thought it was just going to be a 1-2 cycle fad but it seems we're stuck with them now, and the only good reason I can think of for having one is to encourage case sales.

The problem is not the bulge... Its the insistence on making the phone so damn thin. If they made them as thick as the bulge to make it disappear we would have amazing battery life and phones that we could actually grip in our hands. Blame Apple for their thinness over functionality attitude that infected the whole market.


@Kevenmac Exactly! I can understand the drive for thinness to a point (the iPhone 5 was just fine, thank you very much) and even compromising battery life for thinness, but when it means the phone can't properly lay on a surface? Dumb.

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