While we are three months away from the announcement of the Galaxy S24 series, several of its features have leaked already. Naturally, the Galaxy S24 Ultra will have the best camera in Samsung's smartphone lineup for next year, and all eyes will be on that phone, especially from users who want a great camera on their phone.
Now, a new leak has reconfirmed the Galaxy S24 Ultra's camera specifications.
Leaked Galaxy S24 Ultra camera specifications
According to tipster Revegnus, the Galaxy S24 Ultra will feature a 200MP primary camera, and if you were thinking that it's the same as the Galaxy S22 Ultra and the Galaxy S23 Ultra, you would be wrong. the Galaxy S24 Ultra will use a slightly better 200MP camera sensor: ISOCELL HP2SX (with 0.6µm pixels).
It also features 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.
The Galaxy S24 Ultra seems to be dropping a 10MP telephoto camera with 10x optical zoom. So, there won't be a 10x optical zoom camera that people have come to love on Samsung phones. It remains to be seen how well Samsung can optimize the 50MP telephoto camera with 5x optical zoom to offer 10x optical quality zoom. It also features a laser-assisted autofocus mechanism for more accurate focusing in low-light and close-range situations.
This story continues after our Galaxy S23 Ultra review video.
Galaxy S24 Ultra could also feature new Anyplace Zoom technology
Samsung has showcased Zoom Anyplace camera technology, which is expected to debut on the Galaxy S24 Ultra. This new feature can record a full-view 4K video while simultaneously recording a zoomed-in view of the frame at 4K resolution. It means you can record a scene in 4K while also saving another video simultaneously if a specific zoomed-in area of the same scene. It offers more creative potential for users and filmmakers.
It also announced the E2E AI Remosaic feature. It uses Samsung's new algorithm for image processing, cutting down the time it takes to capture a 200MP resolution image. On the Galaxy S23 Ultra, it takes a second or two to capture a 200MP image, which means you can't capture high-resolution images of fast-moving objects. However, the new E2E AI Remosaic feature, which could be present on the Galaxy S24 Ultra, could cut down that time to half so you can use it in more situations.