I've been trying to get my head around the camera in my newly-bought Chinese mobile phone.
I wonder how focusing actually works in these kind of phones. I imagine that in the standard context of auto focus or touch focus, when you actually focus on different areas of a picture, there should he some sort of adjusting movement between various lenses elements, and different f stops would need to be used to change aperture size, and to achieve differential focus.
Well, for this phone, in one compose, I focused on my hand few inches away and took the same picture 6ft away, focusing on a closet. I compared the EXIF data of both JPGs and found that the f stop of F2 is used in all of the pictures all that changes is ISO and exposure time. Is this normal for a mobile phone camera?