Galaxy S24 Ultra could get an improved 200MP camera sensor
A better version of the 200MP sensor on S23 Ultra.
Samsung’s next mainstream flagship smartphone series, the Galaxy S24, is expected to arrive in early 2024. Although there’s still way over half a year left before the launch, we are already getting a steady stream of leaks almost every week.
The latest leak indicates that the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra could stick to the same 200MP primary rear camera with minor improvements.
Galaxy S24 Ultra brings only minor improvements
According to renowned leaker Ice Universe, the Galaxy S24 Ultra could feature the 200MP Samsung ISOCELL HP2SX sensor, which is said to be a better-optimized version of the company’s ISOCELL HP2 sensor featured on this year’s Galaxy S23 Ultra.
The new Samsung sensor will continue to feature a 1/1.3-inch sensor with an individual pixel size of 0.6µm.
If this rumor turns out to be true, the HP2SX and HP2 sensors will technically feature similar specs but slightly different, which is not bad.
If the HP2SX uses the HP2 as its base, things will only get better, even though by a small margin.
The last Galaxy S24 rumor indicated Samsung could stick to the Snapdragon chipset globally with the Galaxy S24 Ultra, meaning the Korean company could also take advantage of the ISP improvements presumably coming to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3.
While the new improvements expected to feature on the Galaxy S24 Ultra won’t be groundbreaking compared to 2023’s Galaxy S23 Ultra, you can certainly expect a slightly better experience.
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