Since the launch of the Galaxy S23 series is only a few weeks away, the internet is leaking more and more information about the upcoming flagship phones. The leaked official Galaxy S23 teaser videos showed how Samsung will focus on improving nighttime camera performance. Additionally, now know about some of the cool new camera features that Samsung will introduce with the Galaxy S23 series.
The ability to shoot hyperlapse videos of the sky, which builds on the astro photography features that Samsung brought to existing Galaxy S Ultra flagships through the Expert RAW app, is one of the most significant new features that will only be available on the S23 Ultra model. However, whether Samsung will include astrography functions in the S23 lineup’s default camera app or separate them from the Expert RAW app is unclear.
The front camera of the Galaxy S23 will now have Pro mode support
Additionally, they are informed that Samsung will provide enhancements for users who prefer greater control over the shooting parameters when taking photographs. Samsung phones have had a special Pro mode for a long time, and now the front camera will have Pro mode support.
Finally, photos with a resolution of 50 megapixels can be saved as RAW files. At the moment, Samsung smartphones can only save RAW copies of photos taken in Pro mode at the device’s default resolution, which is typically 12 megapixels, not the sensor’s full resolution. Samsung is changing that with the Galaxy S23 series, and we don’t know for sure if this feature will be available on all three models.