25 March 2018
OnePlus is taking a survey of the camera of its smartphones maybe to make refinements or improve it in future handsets. OnePlus has shared the link to the survey on its forum and the users with OnePlus 5/5T or OnePlus 3/3T can take this survey and let the company know your opinion on the quality of the camera.
OnePlus states that it took an edition of Open Ears Forum in Hamburg on March 3rd in which it selected 20 forum members so as to take their valuable feedback and suggestions. Now, this survey is opened to all the OnePlus users based on the interactions the company had with the selected forum members.
One of the questions of this survey asks you to select “which photo output is the least satisfactory?” One can select from several options that include Moving Object, Zoom, Low Light, Selfie, Backlight. Well, OnePlus has improved the quality of the camera quite a lot since it launched its very handset. OnePlus 5/5T offers good quality pictures but not as alluring as other flagships. OnePlus 3/3T users aren’t too happy with the quality, while the images look good and sharp enough in daylight, they just fail to look good in low light conditions.
OnePlus in its camera quality survey also asks you “which factors are the most important when evaluating phone camera capability.”
And, there are so many options available from the aperture to have a bigger pixel size. So, you can choose appropriately and provide your wealthy feedback for the betterment of the camera for your next OnePlus phone.
The survey includes a form of 10 questions where you just need to select an appropriate option according to what you think about the quality of your current OnePlus phone. The next window will show a series of selfies of a girl. You can choose how you would like the output to be. This implies that OnePlus might be working on bringing some beauty modes for enhancements.
OnePlus says that it will take this survey seriously and work on the reported areas to improve. Well, it’s time for OnePlus to improve on the camera side indeed, especially when its competitor to which it offers ‘killers’ should be capable enough of killing it. The flagships from other companies like Samsung have already proved themselves in terms of photography and it’s high time for OnePlus to improve in this area and surprise its users.