In the recent weeks, we have seen an increase in leaks as therelease date for the Samsung Galaxy S23 series draws closer. There has been recent leaks of information about the camera features of the upcoming smartphones by leakster Ice Universe. A leak has revealed that the Galaxy S23 series camera will have a 25% performance improvement over the current Galaxy S23 series camera.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 series will be able to shoot 8K videos at 30 frames per second
A popular leakster named Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) has reported that the Galaxy S23 series will be able to record video with an improved quality. There are rumours that the Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra will have a 24 fps video recording option, which will represent a 25% improvement over the 24 fps video recording option that was available with the Galaxy S22 series.
As 8K videos can be recorded at a higher frame rate than 24fps, it is likely that motion blur and choppiness, which are common with 24fps videos, will be reduced since the frame rate could be raised. The advantage of having 30fps video recording available on the Galaxy S23 provides more possibilities for those Galaxy S23 users who wish to create videos with the option of recording at 30fps, even though many people still associate 24fps with a classic “cinematic film” look. There are a variety of purposes for which this could be valuable, including creative projects that need to be completed.
Based on the information provided by the source, there would be a great advantage to recording 4K video at 120 frames per second with the Galaxy S23 series. Unlike the Galaxy S22 series, the Galaxy S22 Ultra was the most advanced Galaxy S22 model, and it was not available on the Galaxy S22 series. It will allow users to create a more cinematic look with slow motion effects if they are able to shoot 4K videos at 120 frames per second, which will allow them to slow down the footage to 30 or 24 frames per second. As compared to the 8K video recording feature on the Galaxy S23 series, which some may consider to be a gimmick by some users, this would be a better improvement for the Galaxy S23 series.
In line with the source’s claims, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 that is going to power the international version of the Galaxy S23 series is capable of recording videos at up to 8K at 30 frames per second or 4K at 120 frames per second. Although the words used in the whitepaper are unclear, it is not known if the manufacturer will be able to choose between one of the two options or if he will be able to choose both of them. As noted by Ice Universe, it seems that the [email protected] option may be chosen over the more flexible [email protected] option, which is not as flexible as the [email protected] option.