Samsung has always made cameras a big part of their phones, and the Galaxy S24 Ultra is no different. The camera bulge is 11% smaller than it was last year, according to the company.
There is now a 200-megapixel wide camera, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera, a 50-megapixel 5x optical zoom camera, and a 10-megapixel 3x optical zoom camera. Except for the ultra-wide, they all have optical image stabilization (OIS). A 12-megapixel camera with an 80-degree field of view is on the front of the phone.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra’s AI Unleashes Mind-Blowing Capabilities of Camera
However, the raw specs don’t show the improvements. The OIS’s corrective angle has doubled since the Galaxy S23 Ultra, for example, and Samsung says that both the front and back cameras should show much more detail and less noise when taking pictures at night. For stabilization purposes, the S24 Ultra can tell the difference between the photographer’s movement and that of the subject better. Colors should also look more natural.
How the ProVisual Engine works with AI, on the other hand, is where things really get interesting. The S24 Ultra can now better recognize objects and improve photos and videos. It can also suggest edits that are appropriate for the situation based on what’s in the frame, and it learns your preferences over time to make its suggestions better.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is More Than Just a Phone – AI Generative Edit Features
Now, the Generative Edit feature of the Galaxy S24 Ultra allows users to extract objects, move and resize them, and automatically smooth the area left behind. Previous models could get rid of unwanted details in the frame. With AI-powered refills, photos can be reframed and rotated.
Samsung will add a watermark to the image and its metadata to indicate that AI has made changes. AI adds extra frames to normal videos to create smooth slow motion without jerking.
All of this is part of what Samsung calls Galaxy AI, which is a mix of processing for multimedia and other things that can happen on the device itself or in the cloud. You can use the on-screen keyboard or the S Pen to write messages, and Galaxy AI will help you change the tone of your voice depending on whether you’re talking to a friend or coworker.
Note Assist is now available on Samsung Notes. It can summarize, translate, and automatically format notes. It can also fix mistakes, like making handwriting straighter.