The launch of the Samsung Galaxy S23 line of smartphones is approaching, and news and leaks keep coming.
The latter refers to the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and video portrait mode implementations to be improved.
Leaks about Galaxy S23 Ultra’s new portrait video mode
According to a tweet a leak ice universe, Galaxy S23 Ultra will have improved video portrait mode. Its new video capture features will include support for 8K at 30fps, while previous lines went as high as 24fps.
“What do you think this photo is? 5x zoom? 10x zoom? No, this is a 12x zoom photo of the Galaxy S23 Ultra 200MP HP2! Use one word to describe your feelings!”
The new resolution of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will be 4K at 30fps, while its predecessor Galaxy S22 Ultra will have 1080p at 30fps in portrait mode. With these implementations, the separation between the focus object and the background will be better. But it’s not yet certain that these new features will be available across all models in the S23 range, with the Ultra version being the only one to feature the new ISOCELL HP2 200MP sensor, while the S22 and S22+ will have 50MP sensors.
In the video below from Mundo Conectado, you can see all the leaked specifications of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra models:
The new smartphones of the Samsung Galaxy S23 line will be officially presented by the South Korean company on February 1. All models will feature Dynamic AMOLED 2X screens with a 120Hz refresh rate and Gorilla Glass Victus 2, in addition to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.
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