Samsung S24 Ultra Camera Specifications Exposure Equipped with a 50 million pixel telephoto lens

Samsung S24 Ultra Camera Specifications 50MP telephoto lens included for exposure

【Phoneauto News】On August 9th, according to foreign media reports, the Samsung S24 Ultra will be equipped with a 50 million pixel 3x telephoto lens. Foreign media also reported that the Samsung S24 will use the same 200 million pixel sensor as the S23 Ultra, and the 10x periscope lens is expected to have slight improvements, but it is currently unclear whether the 12 million pixel ultra-wide-angle lens will be upgraded. As a reference, the S23 Ultra is equipped with a 200 million pixel main camera, a 12 million pixel ultra-wide-angle lens, a 10 million pixel periscope telephoto lens, and a 10 million pixel 3x portrait telephoto lens.

Samsung S23 Ultra

The leak did not mention any information about the front camera of the Samsung S24 Ultra, but considering the changes to the rear camera, it is likely that the device will continue to use a 12 million pixel selfie camera.

According to previous leaks, the Samsung S24 Ultra will bring some changes to fast charging. It will use a stacked battery with a capacity of 5000mAh and, most importantly, will support 65W fast charging. It is worth noting that the 65W fast charging will be exclusive to the S24 Ultra and will not be available on the other two models, S24 and S24+. As the representative of Android flagship phones, the fast charging specification has always been one of the biggest shortcomings of the Samsung Galaxy series. Compared to the hundred-watt fast charging of many domestic models, the highest supported wired fast charging on Samsung’s current top flagship is only 45W.

In terms of the processor, the Samsung S24 Ultra will be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen3 mobile platform. Unless unexpected circumstances occur, the Samsung S24 series is expected to be launched in the first quarter of 2024. You can look forward to it.

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