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New iPhone 15 Pro camera feature sets a high bar, leaving Galaxy S24 in the dust!

The new iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max have made a significant improvement with the introduction of a titanium frame. The previous stainless steel frame made the phones heavier, so the switch to a titanium frame has reduced their weight. The difference may seem small on paper, but when you hold the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, you can feel the significant change in weight. The iPhone 15 Pro now weighs 187g, closer to the vanilla iPhone 15, while the iPhone 15 Pro Max weighs 221g. The new titanium frames have made these phones feel much more manageable and premium.

One of the most exciting camera features on the iPhone 15 Pro is its advanced sensor cropping technology. By using improved 48MP camera sensors and the new A17 Pro chipset, Apple has achieved optical-quality sensor crop magnifications. This means that taking a 1.2x or a 1.5x photo with the iPhone 15 Pro still results in a full-resolution 24MP shot while benefiting from different focal lengths. It’s a feature that Samsung should consider implementing on their Galaxy S24 phones to offer greater creative flexibility.

Samsung already has the hardware necessary for this feature, as the Galaxy S23 Ultra comes with a powerful 200MP camera sensor. With enough resolution, Samsung could potentially offer even more optical-quality focal lengths on the Galaxy S24 Ultra. This would differentiate it not only from the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max but also from the smaller Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus. While the exact specifications of the S24 and S24 Plus are not confirmed, rumors suggest they will have 50MP main cameras, which should be sufficient for similar sensor cropping capabilities.

The missing piece of the puzzle is the chipset used in the devices. The Snapdragon 8 Gen3 for Galaxy is expected to be used in the US, while the Exynos 2400 will be used in Europe. Both chipsets should be capable enough to support sensor cropping if optimized correctly. The software part of the feature is also crucial, and Samsung’s software capabilities are strong, with various areas of the UI/UX working better on Galaxy phones than on Pixel phones.

Overall, it is highly likely that Samsung will deliver strong sensor cropping functionality on the Galaxy S24 line. This camera feature has gained popularity and provides a user-centric experience that can be enjoyed by everyone, not just camera enthusiasts. What are your thoughts? Is the Galaxy S24 line’s sensor cropping feature something you are looking forward to, or do you believe Samsung should focus on other areas? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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