Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra Rumored for Another Major Camera Update in April

Usama Rasool

Rumors entail another significant camera update for Samsung's flagship Galaxy S24 Ultra, following last month's notable upgrades via an update. Renowned tipster Ice Universe suggests that April will bring a "major" camera update focused on refining white balance and telephoto image quality, further bolstering the phone’s camera.

Ice Universe also hints at an impending March update for the Galaxy S24 Ultra, rumored to introduce an underage mode, along with various optimizations. While the March update may not heavily involve camera improvements, April’s should deliver substantial enhancements within that category.

Despite dominating the best camera phone rankings since its January debut, Samsung continues to prove its commitment to refining and optimizing the Galaxy S24 Ultra's camera performance. With its astounding camera stats, the upcoming improvements sound even more beneficial.

Equipped with impressive camera specs, including a 200MP leading camera, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, two zoom cameras, a 10 MP zoom camera with a 3x telephoto lens, and a 50MP camera with a 5x lens — the Samsung latest flagship model promises exceptional photography.

Notably, the device's 5x zoom camera replaces the 10x lens found in its predecessor, the Galaxy S23 Ultra. It means Samsung wants to leverage high-resolution sensors and AI techniques to achieve superior image quality. Moreover, the Galaxy S24 series features Samsung's ProVisual Engine camera, which improves the image quality to its finest.

While the exact release date for the upcoming Galaxy S24 update remains uncertain, users can anticipate further details shortly. Stay tuned for the latest updates and developments on the Galaxy S24 series updates and potential software enhancements they may receive.


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