Nowadays we have phones with multiple cameras on them, usually for different lenses. The standard is to have a ‘standard’ lens, a wide-angle one and a zoom lens. Yet usually the standard, middle ground one is the best at taking pictures. This is especially noticeable at night when, on the same settings, the default camera will pick up more light than the other cameras.
Why would the ‘standard’ lens gather more light than, say, the wide angle one?