Smartphone cameras are often at the forefront of hardware evolution year over year when the latest and greatest devices are announced. Whether it be larger pixels, more pixels, better auto-focus, processing, lenses, or literally more cameras, smartphone makers are constantly trying to tell us that the cameras on their devices are always better than they were just twelve months - or less - prior.
This weekend's poll is easy: how many photos do you typically snap in a month? That's not a terribly hard thing to estimate (heck, just go into your gallery and look at dates / frequency of photo taking), so I've given some pretty tightly tuned options that I hope will encompass most of your use cases.
But that's only half the story. How do you use your smartphone camera? Is it typically the front-facing or rear-facing camera you're doing the most shooting on? Are you shooting a lot at night and indoors, or mostly outdoors? Do you shoot many videos? Let's talk smartphone camera usage.