Samsung’s upcoming flagship phone – the Galaxy S24 Ultra is rumoured to bring significant upgrades. Speculated to launch sometime in early 2024, Samsung’s upcoming phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, offer an upgraded AI-powered camera setup and might be flatter than its predecessors.
The Galaxy S24 Ultra is likely to feature an improved 200MP camera with AI capabilities. Samsung recently showcased a new video feature called ‘ISOCELL Zoom Anyplace’. Combined with Qualcomm’s AI engine, the new feature automatically finds a moving subject and follows it.
The company claims that it also prevents fast-moving subjects from going off-screen, giving users more time to focus on the video instead of trying to chase the subject.
With ISOCELL Zoom Anyplace, Samsung says users will be able to parallelly capture the full field of view as well as zoomed-in areas on videos in high resolution.
The new sensor also gets in-sensor zoom, meaning if you zoom in 4x, the resulting image will be in the original 12.5MP instead of the previous 0.78MP. This means users won’t have to worry about any drop in resolution when zooming in using the main sensor.
The South Korean tech giant also introduced ‘End-to-End AI Remosaic’, a new feature it works by processing the raw data and ISP parallelly, which results in improved image quality and lower shooting time.
As for the other sensors, the Galaxy S24 Ultra is said to feature a new 50MP telephoto camera that offers up to 5x zoom. However, the company is said to carry over the 10MP periscope lens and the 12MP ultrawide camera from the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
While Samsung is yet to officially reveal the launch date fro the Galaxy S24 series, rumour has it that the South Korean tech giant will announce the upcoming phones sometime in January 2024.