With the arrival of Samsung’s latest flagship phone right around the corner, it’s not ideal to speculate about what’s going to come more than a year later but that’s how things are in the world of smartphone reportage. Next year’s Galaxy S24 Ultra is being touted to finally get a telephoto sensor upgrade.
This comes from the Ice Universe Twitter account, which has stated that the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will replace the telephoto camera that’s present on its predecessor (the unreleased Galaxy S23 Ultra) to adopt a completely new solution.
The account has also stated that the main camera onboard this flagship will either be the same or be slightly changed. In case you’re out of the loop, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to ship with a whopping 200MP camera so it’s no surprise that its successor won’t change much.
That said, no other piece of information has been provided about the device. We do know a few things about the upcoming Galaxy S23 range though.
Among other things, these phones are expected to ship with a Light mode that will moderately reduce performance to make a difference to the battery life. It’s different from the battery-saving mode as it’s aimed at non-gamers who don’t demand top-notch performance from their phones.
We also learned recently that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra might ship with an overclocked version of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. This could give it a clock speed of 3.36GHz instead of the SoC’s stated 3.19GHz speed.
As for other specs, a 5000mAh battery with 25W fast charging support could form part of its offerings. There’s even speculation that the phone could carry a 6.8-inch QHD+ AMOLED panel on its front.
But as far as the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is concerned, there are no other details to reveal as of now.