You might think your smartphone camera has been a pain in the arse since the beginning of your career, but a new study has found that you can still make it look good.
The new study by research company eMarketer found that only 6% of consumers have a bad camera picture.
It said this is a problem that will only get worse.
It has already become an industry norm that consumers have bad cameras because of the technology behind smartphones, including camera software.
This study has shown that people are becoming more and more aware of the issues.
However, it’s important to keep in mind that this study does not show bad camera images as a cause of the problem.
EMarketer said that bad camera quality is not a result of bad software.
The study showed that more than one-third of people said they would pay a little more to have a better camera.EMarketer also found that people think the issue is with bad software, not bad hardware.
It said that consumers are also concerned about the issue because it is more common than people realise.
The study said that people with a smartphone are three times more likely to report having a bad image than people without a smartphone.
“This is the most important takeaway from this study,” said Chris Pecorella, head of research at eMarketing.
“We think that the majority of people have a good camera and that it is just a case of software.”
However, he added that there are still many people who do not have good cameras and are getting poor results from their phones.
He said the results could be a sign that the problem is not with the software but with the hardware.
“There are some people who think that because they are a good smartphone user, they can get the camera right,” he said.
“They are just not seeing the difference between software and hardware, they’re just seeing the same image.”