The Galaxy S24 series has generated a lot of attention, despite the fact that the Galaxy S23 series had just launched a few months ago. Many consumers are worried about the cameras that Samsung will utilize, but there have been some legitimate worries regarding the processor used in Samsung’s next foldable. Recently, the Galaxy S24 Ultra has generated more hype, especially because of its much upgraded camera system.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra already provided a significant camera upgrade over its predecessor, and knowing Samsung, the company waits for a couple of generations before making a switch, but it seems like they are shifting things up. As a result, the news that the Galaxy S24 Ultra has a significantly improved camera may come as a surprise.
The Galaxy S24 series, and specifically the Galaxy S24 Ultra, will feature a significant camera boost, much of which will be brought on the software advancement, according to renowned tipper Yogesh Brar. The test builds for the Galaxy S23 Ultra, he said, are already promising. Thus, Samsung could use the same ISOCELL HP2 sensor for the Ultra model while enhancing the software to produce even better images.
If that is the case, even next year won’t see the release of a 1-inch sensor. However, based on a rumor that is about a week old, we did learn that the Ultra model would come with a telephoto camera with variable optical zoom and a variable aperture, thus removing one camera sensor from the phone. Sadly, according to another tweet from a well-known source, Samsung may use the same GN3 sensor for both the basic Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Plus models.
While this may seem discouraging, we are certain that the Galaxy S24 series will attract a large number of consumers, particularly those who choose not to replace their Galaxy S22 or even Galaxy S21 smartphones. We can only hope that Samsung’s forthcoming gadgets will be genuinely exceptional.