Samsung is once again going all-in on the telephoto lens in the Galaxy S24 Ultra, an area where they have been leading the way so far.
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Although at first glance it may seem that the Galaxy S24 Ultra won’t bring significant changes compared to its predecessor, we can indeed expect to see some differences, with some of the more striking ones related to its camera system.
It seems confirmed that it will lose the x10 optical zoom that has brought joy to many Galaxy S23 Ultra users and will replace it with a x5 optical zoom. However, it comes with great news—while the x10 zoom could only use the 12 MP lens, the Galaxy S24 Ultra, when using x5 zoom, will take advantage of the new 50 MP lens that the Korean flagship will feature.
The new telephoto lens sacrifices distance but is worth it for the gains in sharpness and detail
This information comes from Ice Universe, a well-known Samsung leaker who has a track record of accurate leaks.
Therefore, while it’s true that we lose some shooting distance, it’s equally true that the x5 at high resolution becomes very interesting for photography enthusiasts, especially those who enjoy portrait photography and capturing subjects or objects at a moderate distance.
The x5 telephoto lens on the Galaxy S24 Ultra will capture images at 6,120×8,160 pixels, improving resolution compared to the previous model and delivering enhanced sharpness and detail in the scene.
In addition to the x5 telephoto lens with 50 MP, the Galaxy S24 Ultra will come with a 200 MP main sensor and a 12 MP wide-angle lens, similar to the one in the current model, which may leave some users less impressed.
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