Originally Posted by andyandroid81891
I don't know... camera has never really been a focus on Galaxy Nexus. When the Nexus One came out other phones had 8mp cameras with touch to focus and other nice features. When the Nexus S was launched a 5mp camera was REALLY out of date and now a 5mp that isn't BSI is crappier hardware than my Incredible. Google views this line as a sort of reference platform for the software and camera performance seems to be a low priority historically. I know the new camera app has lots of nice features but seriously... they were long over due and really just added to keep up with the times.
The camera has been a focus with the Galaxy Nexus with the zero shutter lag feature. Google decided that it was most important to have a camera that can take pictures in the moment. They just seemed to neglect picture quality in the process.
I would hope a software update can fix the issues, but I wouldn't hold my breadth.