Samsung Galaxy S23 To Record [email protected] Videos

Gone are the days when was the first launcher of the new Snapdragon flagship chip. Now, this role belongs to Xiaomi, VIVO, and Motorola. But South Korean firm still leads the smartphone market. So whatever it does has its reflection in the segment. In this sense, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 series of flagship phones are the talk of the town. Not long ago, we got news concerning its camera and other features. According to them, the new Samsung top-end smartphones will be camera kings.

Galaxy S23 Camera

A Chinese tispter said the Galaxy S23 series would support [email protected] video recording. In this regard, we have to recall what parameters the previous generations came with. For instance, the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S21, and Galaxy S22 series support 8K 24fps video recording. In simple words, the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra will be able to record much smoother 8K videos.

However, we should point out that many other smartphones already support 30fps video recording at 8K resolution. But the Galaxy S23 series will be the first in ’s lineup. We also hope that Samsung will put larger-capacity memories in its smartphones, as 8K video will take up a lot of space. Will these phones have a 1TB storage variant?

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From the previous rumors, we knew that the Galaxy S23 Ultra would support sensor-shift OIS. The latter is similar to the tech used by the iPhone 14 Pro. Some other reports claim that photos taken on the S23 series will feature white balance and saturation improvements. These are clear hints that Samsung will pay more attention to the camera department.

Galaxy S23

In other aspects, the new phone will come with the second-generation Snapdragon 8 flagship processor. Plus, we know that the latter will be the overclocked version. If these rumors are true, it won’t use TSMC’s process but ’s process technology. We still remember the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 with the Samsung 4nm process. We hope this time there won’t be a heating issue.

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