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Galaxy S24 Ultra will have a 5x optical zoom camera

In recent rumors about Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphones, it has been reported that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will receive a major camera upgrade. According to a recent GalaxyClub article, Samsung plans to expand the zoom capabilities of the Galaxy S24 Ultra by offering 5x optical zoom.

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra leaks offer 5x optical zoom

To achieve this improvement, Samsung is reportedly considering removing the existing 3x telephoto lens, which is currently paired with a 10x periscope lens. This move will mark a move away from the dual zoom sensor setup found on the Galaxy S21 Ultra, potentially paving the way for a more advanced zoom system.

The development of Samsung’s camera technology in S series smartphones is remarkable. The Galaxy S20 Ultra, for example, introduced a groundbreaking camera with 100x digital zoom thanks to a 48MP telephoto lens with 4x optical zoom. Next, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra received a 12-megapixel telephoto lens with 5x optical zoom and an impressive 50x cosmic zoom.

In recent versions such as the Galaxy S21 Ultra, Galaxy S22 Ultra and Galaxy S23 Ultra, Samsung has equipped its devices with two telephoto sensors, each with a resolution of 10 MP. This setup allowed the use of 3x and 10x optical zooms for each lens, while maximum cosmic zoom was limited to 100x until the release of the S23 Ultra.

Initial rumors suggested that the Galaxy S24 Ultra would potentially introduce a new telephoto lens with variable zoom that includes a triple camera system. However, further reports suggest that Samsung has changed its plans and decided to keep the current camera configuration for the Galaxy S24 Ultra.

The inclusion of a 5x optical zoom camera on the Galaxy S24 Ultra is an exciting development for photography enthusiasts and smartphone users. As Samsung continues to push the boundaries of smartphone camera technology, its upcoming flagship device is expected to feature impressive zooming capabilities that will allow users to capture intricate details remotely.

Source: Port Altele



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