Galaxy S24 Ultra to feature a newer 200MP camera sensor for better low-light photography


The Galaxy S24 Ultra’s camera department seems to get a great enhancement. The model will have the same number of megapixels as its predecessor, but a well-known tech tipter claims that Samsung will improve the primary camera with many features, including AI optimizations. Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) is the one behind putting forth this statement.

Although he did not reveal the Galaxy S24 Ultra‘s intricate camera specifications, he did reveal that the flagship will get some Night Mode specifications. Samsung uses computational techniques, just like every other phone manufacturer, for its camera. These techniques improve image quality in low light, reducing film grain effects and other imperfections.

Although the tipster hasn’t explained how this night mode would be improved, Samsung can benefit from the longer processing time of the image. While night mode is enabled, saving the processed photograph in your gallery may take a few seconds. By cutting down on this time, Samsung will enable users to snap several photos more rapidly without having to worry about the annoying camera shake effects. The tipster highlighted that AI optimizations for the Galaxy S24 Ultra camera will be another area of development. It appears that the sensor on the phone will be able to identify 12 distinct things and enhance them for better image quality.

It’s unclear exactly what optimizations the phone will carry out, but it’s probable that it may recognize things and handle their color, details, and dynamic range in different ways. Other than this,

  • a 12 MP ultrawide camera
  • a 10 MP telephoto camera with a 3x optical zoom
  • a 50 MP telephoto camera with a 5x optical zoom

Anticipated to have OIS, the primary and both telephoto cameras may use 5x optical zoom in combination with an in-sensor crop to provide 10x optical zoom-like quality for still shots.