A recent leak has once again confirmed the camera specifications for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra.
The phone is set to feature a 200MP primary camera with an improved sensor, the ISOCELL HP2SX, which has 0.6µm pixels.
It also includes a 12MP ultrawide camera (Sony IMX564 with 1.4µm pixels), a 10MP telephoto camera (Sony IMX754+ with 1/12µm pixels) with 3x optical zoom, and a 50MP telephoto camera (Sony IMX854 with 0.7µm pixels) with 5x optical zoom.
Notably, the Galaxy S24 Ultra is dropping the 10MP telephoto camera with 10x optical zoom seen in previous models.
Instead, it aims to optimize the 50MP telephoto camera with 5x optical zoom to offer 10x optical quality zoom.
Additionally, it features a laser-assisted autofocus mechanism for improved focusing on low-light and close-range scenarios.
The Galaxy S24 Ultra is expected to introduce a new feature called "Zoom Anyplace" technology.
This innovation enables users to record a full-view 4K video while simultaneously capturing a zoomed-in view of the same frame at 4K resolution.
This offers creative potential for both users and filmmakers.
Furthermore, Samsung is introducing the "E2E AI Remosaic" feature, powered by a new image processing algorithm.
This technology is set to reduce the time it takes to capture a 200MP resolution image, which was a drawback in the previous Galaxy S23 Ultra.
The new feature is expected to cut this capture time in half, allowing for high-resolution images in a wider range of situations.