The Galaxy S24 series is nearing its release, which is expected around the first quarter of 2024. With every passing day, the news relating to the Galaxy S24 Ultra is striking our feed. For a long time, there have been talks about Samsung’s plan to back off the 10x zoom sensors. Now, a leak related to the Galaxy S24 Ultra has popped up, which seems to be in favor of the mentioned rumor. Ice Universe claims that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will have a sensor size of 1/2.52′′ and 0.7μm pixel size, along with a 3x 10MP and 5x 50MP telephoto solution.
Further, added that at first glance, these specifications might look great; however, for both 3x and 5x zoom, they are noticeably inferior to the 50 MP 1/2.52′′ 0.7μm sensors found in the Xiaomi 13 Ultra. From confusion to disappointment are all possible responses on Twitter; even the tipster is disappointed himself. Several users ignore the necessity of the 3x and 5x zoom ranges, whereas others grieve the loss of the 10x zoom as it offers usable images and films in a variety of situations.
Now looking back at the information from the same source on the Galaxy S23 Ultra, it claims that a 50 MP sensor with the aforementioned specifications will replace the 10 MP sensor in the gadget’s 3x zoom camera, but this seems to come with the Galaxy S24 Ultra, as the 3x zoom camera will remain the same just like its predecessor and move to a 50 MP sensor behind a 5x zoom lens.
Other expected features of the Galaxy S24 Ultra are that it may include a variety of storage and memory capacities, up to and including 16GB or 2TB. It is anticipated that the gadget will only use the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, irrespective of the location. However, the Galaxy S24 and S24+ are expected to include Exynos and Snapdragon versions. Samsung also seems to be using the “M13 LTPO” screen technology for the ultra variant of the S24 family.
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