The Samsung Galaxy S23 will arrive at the beginning of 2023, perhaps in the first days of February: with the launch of the three top-of-the-range Koreans rapidly approaching, more and more information is arriving on the technical specifications of the devices. Today, for example, a leaker revealed that Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will shoot some amazing videos.
The indiscretion was reported by the reliable leaker Ice Universeaccording to which the smartphone will be able to record video in 8K at 30 fps. The Galaxy S22 Ultra, Samsung’s top of the range from last year, instead reached 24 fps in 8K video recording. It is therefore a 25% improvement in terms of frames per second during video recordings.
The change, which may not be relevant for those who make “standard” use of the smartphone, should reduce the motion blur of filming and, above all, make 8K videos more stable, even allowing amateur filmmakers to use the phone to make their own films. In any case, the improvement in the smartphone’s shooting capabilities should be linked to its new SoC, which should be an overclocked version of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen2.
Always Ice Universe also explains that the chip of the top of the Samsung range will allow the phone to record video in 4K at 120 fps, using a format once again not used by the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The increase in fps in smartphone video recording, therefore, should be largely guaranteed by the improvement in performance of the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 compared to the Snapdragon 8 Gen1.