The launch event looks to be nothing more than a ceremonial announcement, based on the frequency with which reports about the Samsung Galaxy S24 series surface. The most recent leak mentions a potentially intriguing new camera capability for the Galaxy S24 Ultra. In a different article, Samsung has also disclosed the pre-launch advantages for pre-ordering the Galaxy S24 series.
Samsung is really working hard to bring substantial changes to the photography department of the Galaxy S24 Ultra compared to its predecessor, which was also good enough in terms of capturing and recording. But 4K recording at 120 frames per second is a hurdle the firm still has to overcome.
As a successor to the Galaxy S23 Ultra, the Galaxy S24 Ultra is anticipated to outperform it in terms of 4K 60 frames per second video capture. In case you forgot, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra can record in full HD resolution at 30 frames per second for 8K, 60 frames per second for 4K, and 960 frames per second for slow motion video. Well-known tipster Ice Universe is the one who put forth the information.
According to the leaker, the Galaxy S24 Ultra may receive an update that includes 4K video recording at 120 frames per second. Still, things are in the testing phase, so nothing can be concluded from these rumors. There is a 30 frames per second and 60 frames per second restriction on 8K and 4K video recording on the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Note that a 5x telephoto lens will also be said to replace the Galaxy S24 Ultra’s 10x lens, according to earlier reports. A post on the South Korean site Naver reveals that the company will give pre-order bonuses to Galaxy S24 Ultra customers who place their purchases early.
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