Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S24 Ultra may come with a major upgrade in video recording capabilities. Rumors suggest that the device could offer 4K video recording at 120fps, allowing for incredibly smooth and high-resolution videos. Additionally, there are rumors of a “seamless zoom” feature for 4K 60fps recordings, as well as a 30fps playback option for a more cinematic feel.
The rumored videography upgrades, however, are still in the testing phase and may not make it to the final product. Noted leaker Ice Universe has cautioned that these features are still being tested, and users will have to wait until the device is launched to see if they made the cut.
In addition to the potential video recording upgrades, a large leak from December suggests that the Galaxy S24 Ultra may arrive with a 200MP primary lens and a “quad telephoto” array. The device could also come with a maximum 8K video recording resolution.
As for the launch date, rumors point to a possible unveiling on January 17 at 1 pm EST in San Jose, California. This would position the Galaxy S24 Ultra as a highly anticipated addition to Samsung’s lineup of flagship smartphones. However, it’s important to note that all of this information is based on rumors and leaks, and the actual features of the Galaxy S24 Ultra will only be confirmed upon its official release.