Launch a program Galaxy S23 There are only a few weeks left until the series, so we’re seeing more and more details about the new flagship phones leaking online. Earlier today, official teaser videos for the Galaxy S23 were leaked, which revealed how this happened Samsung will focus on improving night camera performanceAnd now we have information on some of the nifty new camera features Samsung will be introducing with the Galaxy S23 series.
Some of the biggest new improvements will be exclusive to the Ultra model, and one of the special features the S23 Ultra will have will be the ability to shoot ultra-high-speed videos of the sky, building on the astrophotography features that Samsung has introduced to its existing Galaxy S Ultra flagship phones. Through the Expert RAW application. However, it’s not clear whether Samsung will keep the astronomy features separate with its Expert RAW app or will add them to the default camera app in the S23 lineup.
Galaxy S23 will offer Pro mode support for the front camera
We’re also told that Samsung will offer improvements for users who want to have more control over imaging parameters while taking photos. Samsung smartphones offered a dedicated Pro mode for many years, and now, Samsung is introducing Pro mode support for the front camera.
Finally, there will be an option to save RAW copies of the 50MP images. Currently, Samsung smartphones can only save RAW copies of photos taken in Pro mode at the default camera resolution (which tends to be 12MP on most devices) and not at the full resolution of the camera sensor. With the Galaxy S23 series, Samsung is changing that, a feature that will likely be available on all three models, although we’re not entirely sure of that.
As is often the case, we can expect some of these features to make their way to older Samsung flagship phones via software updates once the Galaxy S23 lineup goes on sale. We’ll let you know when we learn more, so stay tuned!
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