Galaxy S23 Ultra to get 2x zoom option for videos

This year’s eye-stealer Galaxy S23 Ultra packs a bunch of amazing photographic abilities, including hardware and software. The device’s back camera setup alone is worthy of giving tough competition to any smartphone’s camera, including iPhone’s. On top of that, Samsung’s software technology brings various new features to this device that takes its photographic abilities even higher. Now, another amazing feature is ready to reach there.

Informatively, a few days ago, the re-arrival of the 2x zoom option in portrait mode to the Galaxy S23 Ultra device was spreading all over the internet. Now, recent reports suggest that the Korean firm is planning to bring the 2x zoom option for the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s video recording mode as well. It is said that this option will use the Galaxy S23 Ultra device’s centre 50 MP resolution cut from its primary 200MP HP2 sensor.

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However, everybody is worrying about the quality of the video which will be recorded with this option. So, let us tell you, there is no need to worry as it’s not going to reduce the video quality. Samsung’s forum moderator itself claimed that Samsung’s engineers had already evaluated the image quality; hence, camera aspects such as brightness will not be affected while using the non-native 2x zoom level option for video recording.

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Let us tell you this option will arrive in the Galaxy S23 Ultra with the upcoming software update. Unfortunately, it is unknown whether it will arrive alongside the 2x zoom mode for portrait mode or not. To get its answer, we need to wait till its arrival. One more thing is also unclear, the rest of the Galaxy S23 devices (Base and Plus) other than the Ultra model are lined up to get it or not. The answer lies in the future only.

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