Results: What angle would you rather have on your selfie camera: wide or narrow?
To battle this, most manufacturers have widened the angle of the selfie camera on their handsets, letting it “see” more. Most notably, LG experimented with a super-wide-angle, 120-degree snapper on the V10, and then reimagined the concept for the V20 and G6.
The benefits of such a camera when taking selfies are clear, but there is also an inherent drawback — objects that are not in the center of the camera's field of view will get stretched out and distorted. That's how you end up with an egg-shaped head, a strangely huge palm, or a Leaning Tower of Pisa that looks weirdly wide and not so much leaning.
We thought we'd ask you, what really matters to you — a wide-angle camera that gets more into the shot, or a narrow-angle one that produces more "natural" imagery, with no banana-shaped distortions. Here's how that went: