Despite the wait for innovation, the Galaxy S24 Ultra may not feature any significant changes to its camera system, which is a cause for concern among tech enthusiasts.
Waiting for the start of Galaxy S24 Ultra is high among smartphone enthusiasts, but recent information suggests that Samsung may have taken a conservative approach to the device’s camera system. This choice may disappoint some users, especially given the technological development of competitors in the camera sector.
Reliable information that has surfaced today suggests that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will feature a similar camera setup to its predecessor, the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The S24 Ultra’s main camera is expected to be one 200 megapixelsaccompanied by a 12 megapixel ultra wide angle and two telephoto lenses, one 10x 10 megapixels and the other 5x 50 megapixels. This configuration does not represent a major change compared to the previous model, especially at a time when competitors are relying on larger sensors, such as 1-inch sensors.
Camera suppliers revealed: Samsung electronics for the main camera, Sunny Optical and Namuga for ultra wide, e.g Samsung electromechanical in collaboration with Sunny Optical for telephoto lenses. The front camera is there 12 megapixels is provided by Namuga and MCNEX.
Despite the reliability of suppliers, the apparent lack of important innovations in the photography system is worrying. Samsung seems to be convinced of this Galaxy S24 Ultra can effectively compete with the Android flagships launching next year despite the introduction of sensors like that Sony LYT-900 in at least two new competing devices.
The series Galaxy S24 will launch next month and will include three variants, including the Ultra, which will be the flagship model with the most updates. However, it remains to be seen how this device will perform compared to other Android flagships, especially when it comes to photography.