My last smartphone just had one front lens, so I could understand. My current phone has three front lenses (and three sensors, too, I guess), so I was a bit surprised, that I had zero control over the lens in the camera app.
Even when viewing the EXIF data with
exiftool, there was very little detail on which lens had been actually used to take the shot.
So I wondered how do these modern multi-lens cameras work: Is there a single camera/sensor in use, or are the results of multiple sensors being mixed for the overall result ("multi-framing")? (Actually when matching the human eye, mixing a telephoto lens for the center with some wide angle might make sense).
My smartphone is a OPPO Find X5 Lite.