We are taking big steps towards the launch of the Galaxy S23 and each time we are getting to know more news, including in terms of cameras. After the release of the official videos that reveal the bet on the performance of night photography, here is some very interesting new information.
More Galaxy S23 camera surprises revealed
However, and as it is not surprising, some of the biggest news will be exclusive to the Ultra model. However, one particular feature that only the S23 Ultra will have is the ability to shoot hyperlapse videos of the sky, building on the astrophotography features that Samsung has brought to the Ultra models via the Expert RAW app. However, it is not clear whether Samsung will keep them separate through this app or if it will add them to the camera application that is present in the S23 range.
It was also revealed that Samsung will bring improvements for users who like to have more control over shooting parameters while taking selfies. Samsung smartphones have offered a dedicated Pro mode for many years now, and now Samsung is going to support it on the front camera.
In addition there will be the option to save RAW copies of photos with a resolution of 50 megapixels. At this time, Samsung smartphones can only save RAW copies of images taken with professional mode in the camera’s default resolution (which tends to be 12 megapixels on most devices) and not the full resolution of the sensor. With the Galaxy S23 range, Samsung is going to change that. So it’s a feature that will likely be available on all three models, although we’re not entirely sure of that.
However, it is likely that some features will reach Samsung’s older tops through software updates. This after the Galaxy S23 range went on sale.
Now we can only wait for more news.