The launch of the Galaxy S23 series went pretty smoothly. Yes, the phones did output issues from time to time, but Samsung has been quick enough to offer fixes. No matter what, you can not deny that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has one of the most sophisticated camera systems in the industry. Well, the Galaxy S24 Ultra is aiming to push things to the next level.
Although we are pretty far away from the official release of the Galaxy S24, it shouldn’t be that surprising to be already hearing about the future flagships. The thing is, nothing stays a secret in this smartphone industry. Nevertheless, the recent tip that came regarding the phone suggests that there will be a massive change in the camera department. But what change will it bring?
Galaxy S24 To Boast Variable Zoom Telephoto and Variable Aperture Primary Sensors
With the Galaxy S23 Ultra, Samsung brought its massive 200 MP sensor. Named the ISOCELL HP2, the sensor is truly an upgrade over its predecessor. But a renowned tipster, @Tech_Reve, thinks that the sensor has room for upgrades.
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Basically, what the tipster is suggesting is that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will bring a wide-angle camera with variable aperture. According to the tweet, the aperture range can be from f/1.2 to f/4.0. We first saw variable aperture tech in the Galaxy S9. However, back then, the difference was not really that big.
That said, the f/1.2 aperture will be great for those shots that need to get a shallow depth of field. On the other hand, the f/4.0 will let you take shots that will capture every detail.
Furthermore, the Galaxy S24 Ultra is said to feature a telephoto sensor with variable zoom. This will essentially remove one sensor from the back and keep the total number of sensors to 3. Overall, if Samsung does things right, the images from these sensors may look better than those from Xiaomi 13 Ultra, which, in case you didn’t know, is the current king.