Samsung is getting ready for the launch of its highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S24 Series. However, that does not mean the company is forgetting its current flagship devices. According to the latest leaks, the Galaxy S23 family has been a huge hit in the market, particularly the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.
The company is reportedly testing a 1.5 GB update to enhance the already impressive photographic capabilities of the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s camera app. The update will introduce a new feature to the portrait mode; users will be able to zoom up to 2X in portrait mode with the help of the sensor zoom that will capture 50 MP cutouts from the 200 MP ISOCELL HP2 sensor.
The update will achieve this feature through the pixel binning system, which is widely used in Samsung sensors to capture more light. Users will be able to enjoy more direct and detailed shots with 2X zoom in portrait mode.
While this information is not yet official, it comes from a reliable source. Ice Universe, a heavyweight in the world of Samsung leaks, shared the news on Twitter. This development is excellent news for Samsung users, as it shows that the company is committed to improving its flagship devices through software updates.
Samsung has already shown its prowess in improving the night mode feature of its devices through an improved algorithm. The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is yet another example of Samsung’s dedication to enhancing the photographic experience of its users.
Samsung will conduct a system update for the portrait mode of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The update is expected to arrive soon, and it will be interesting to see what other features Samsung will introduce in the update.