Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will have the best camera in any smartphone

December 26, 2021
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

In January 2022, Samsung is expected to announce the new Galaxy S22 series smartphones. The Galaxy S22 Ultra will be the flagship device in the S22 series and it will come with several improvements in the camera department.

When you compare the current flagship smartphones, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra takes the best photos in most conditions while the Apple iPhone 13 Pro takes the best video in most conditions. With the upcoming Galaxy S22 Ultra, Samsung has made considerable progress in the video department to make it the best camera in any smartphone for both photos and videos.

Egyptian blogger Ahmed has leaked some of the camera features of S22 Ultra, you can read them below.

  • The video stabilizer in Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will be more stable and 58% better because of the Wide Shift OIS feature. This new OIS feature is four times better in the treatment of vibration. Also, the AI predicts a person’s movement in Portrait with the help of AF.
  • The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will support Super HDR videos.
  • Smart-ISO Pro HDR will allow you to capture a single HDR photo with the benefits of both high and low ISO modes.
  • The Smart-ISO Pro feature in S22 Ultra can express over 687 billion colors, which is 10 times more than a single 10-bit image. When shooting in pro mode, 12-bit HDR images can be saved in RAW format.
  • The Galaxy S22 Ultra will support 100x zoom. Thanks to the dedicated telephoto lens, when using 1x up to 3x, you will get image quality without losing any details.
  • The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will feature a 108MP primary camera that can deliver improved autofocus and saturated, sharp images with “SUPER RESOLUTION”.
  • The 108 MP camera on the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will feature a new AI-based enhance mode that will bring more detail, brightness, and contrast to your photos.

Source: Ahmed Qwaider

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