What to Expect from the Samsung Galaxy S24 Camera

The Galaxy S24 series will hold three variants Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra. Maybe the firm will share an official announcement regarding the next lineup of the Galaxy S series after launching its upcoming foldable, watch series and tab series at the Galaxy Unpacked Event next week.

Every set of specifications of the Galaxy S24 series is kept hidden; earlier today, we got a glimpse of the battery specifications of the series through a leaked render, which claims the series has increased battery life than its predecessor, the Galaxy S23 series. The upcoming series may also get an improved camera system as the recently released Galaxy S23 come with a 12-megapixel sensor, breaking the long followed 10-megapixel front camera for the S series. (via – GalaxyClub)

Other rumors claim that the firm may bring a 200-megapixel ISOCELL HP2 sensor for the Galaxy S24 Ultra, which was previously seen in usage with the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The Tetra² pixel-enabled ISOCELL HP2 may function as a 1.2 or even 2.4-micrometer unit pixel by combining up to 16 pixels into one. This feature provides quick and precise photography even in a room with a single candle lighting, enhanced low light focusing with Super QPD.

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The chances of this rumor turning out accurate are quite high as the sensor-quipped model has done well in terms of photography. On the other side, it is said that the Galaxy S24 Ultra may receive a telephoto sensor update. Looking into the features of the current S series, the S23 Ultra has a 10-megapixel telephoto sensor with a 3x zoom and a 10-megapixel one with a 10x zoom. To expect a more enhanced sensor than this, the upcoming S24 Ultra may be equipped with a 5x zoom sensor. However, it is too early to predict the specs of the model, whose official launch date has not been announced.

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