Feature phones at the moment are notorious for having low spec components. My biggest bugbear is the ubiquitous low spec camera. It drives me crazy why Nokia fit such a pointless component.
The new Nokia 220 4G comes with 4G sounds great but then read on only to see a 0.3mp camera. My first thoughts were WHAT has someone made a typo thinking it should be 3mp camera, but sadly no. Who actually uses such a poor resolution device, who would even contemplate using such a thing.
So my question is would you prefer having a poor component or not having it at all?
My reasoning is some phones actually look and function better where less is more. Also having less on your home screen makes things more clear. It also means the same budget could be used to improve the quality of the other components or means useful options could be considered (not all models have SD card ports, etc.). Or additional software features could be added or. Even allow 6 games on the phone instead of 2.
I’d really like to know what others think and if anyone actually uses a poor resolution camera (I mean on a regular basis).