How do you know they aren't working on it right now rather than ignoring it? If the camera is as bad as you claim do you think it can be fixed quickly? Wouldn't you rather wait until Nokia are absolutely happy before releasing something?
Seems to me 90% of the people with problems are having them in low light and low light is always going to be extremely hit and miss. If you want to take low light photos use the rear colour sensor only so you have OIS on your side, take a deep breath before shooting, put your elbows into your body to make you as stable as possible and don't jab at the phone to take the shot, be gentle, the phone is light and has very little mass to dampen vibrations, the majority of the blur in lowlight photography is induced by the user moving.
user1512184697340 Please do not criticise people for not reading posts properly, it is quite difficult when your English is so bad, people are only trying to help.
I took the following test shots (100% crops) to show the difference gained from using the Nokia camera app with twin lens selected, colour only lens and one of the ported Google camera apps. In this case it's cstark27's app - cstark27_GCam_5.1.018_24_v3.3 which is ported from the Pixel line of phones.
I think the ported app produces the sharpest focus, followed not far behind by the Nokia 8 app with colour only lens. The Nokia app twin lens is quite a bit softer than the other two images.
Ported Google camera app.
Nokia 8 Camera app Color only lens
Nokia 8 Camera app Twin Lens
Whilst there are limitations to the capabilities of the individual Nokia 8 hardware elements, the twin lens processing and speed should be better than it is. (If you want to see a comparison with an older Nexus 5X have a look at thread https://community.phones.nokia.com/support/discussions/topics/7000012915 )
I hope HMD/Nokia will carry on trying to improve the standard camera app as I don't like having to sideload APKs onto my phone to get a decent image. The camera setup should be better than it is.
Here are three more 100% crops for info, taken outdoors in strong high contrast winter sunshine. They are of the front of a wooden garden bench bench and the point of focus each time is the middle front leg of the bench, which is at the centre of the crop.
All of the images were taken straight after each other, handheld. Two of the images were the Nokia 8, one with the standard supplied camera app using only the color lens. (I didn't bother with twin lens as it is much the weakest link. being pretty soft in my opinion.) and also the ported Google Pixel Camera app as in my earlier pictures above. The third image is the Nexus 5X, which has a great camera with a sensor with larger photo-sites than the Nokia which helps resolve more details especially in low light.
Have a look and I will put my thoughts on the results below.
Nokia 8 Camera App color only Lens
Nokia 8 Ported Google Pixel camera app
Nexus 5X Standard camera app
If you view them at full resolution, I think that whilst the the Nexus has a little more detail, the Nokia 8 with color only lens isn't far off and the ported Google pixel app has managed to get some more detail in areas the Nexus has just blown out, like the front of one the paving stones at the bottom of the image.
Hopefully this means that better results are capable from the Nokia 8 hardware IF HMD/Nokia keep working on improving the installed app. I do think it is a great shame the camera struggles as there is such a lot to like about the rest of the phone.
The photos of the mugs only reinforces what i have been saying about use only the colour sensor in low light, clearly the lack of OIS on the monochrome sensor has introduced motion blur.