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New rumors surface about the brightness and camera features of the Galaxy S24 Ultra, adding to anticipation

Are you ready for Samsung’s next big thing? If you’re not that excited for Samsung’s next new release after all the recent visual leaks highlighting and detailing the subtle potential differences between it and the existing Galaxy S23 Ultra powerhouse, you might want to learn to look beyond the surface and hear what a prolific and fairly trustworthy tipster has to say about screen and camera upgrades today.

While the Galaxy S24 Ultra is likely to greatly resemble its predecessor at first glance, a closer examination of its Dynamic AMOLED display should reveal a major improvement. Let the brightness wars begin! Remember when every top smartphone manufacturer was trying to push the envelope further and further in terms of screen resolution? Those days are (largely) over, but instead of engaging in a pixel war, everyone seems laser-focused now on raising the brightness bar.

How bright can a mobile device get? We may soon find out, as Samsung is expected to go from a peak of 1,750 nits on this year’s S23 Ultra to a whopping 2,600 nits on the S24 Ultra in just a month or two. That’s obviously a very significant jump, exceeding the 2,500 nits previously rumored by a number of sources.

It remains unclear if the Galaxy S24 Ultra will get rid of its forerunner’s 10x optical zoom capabilities or not, but several camera features and technologies are either definitely going unchanged or set for important enhancements and expansions. 8K video recording, for instance, will apparently gain 5x zoom support, 5x portrait zoom, and improved overall optical stabilization for both daytime and nighttime photography scenarios. Nothing is (truly) etched in stone at this point as far as specs are concerned, as the Galaxy S24 Ultra will likely retain the resolutions of three of the S23 Ultra’s rear-facing shooters while bumping up the fourth sensor from 10 to 50 megapixels. The front-facing snapper is likely to go more or less unchanged at 12 megapixels.

The Galaxy S24 Ultra is expected to leverage new state-of-the-art AI technologies, making it a must-see upon its release.

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