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Samsung Galaxy S24 Rumored to Be Missing Out on One Key Camera Upgrade

We’re hoping the Samsung Galaxy S24 will be available in the first few months of 2024, but the most recent rumor to surface suggests that one important feature won’t be upgraded in the following year: the selfie camera.

Don’t anticipate significant improvements in the quality of your selfies because, according to GalaxyClub (via SamMobile), Samsung will use the same 12MP sensor for the selfie camera on the Galaxy S24 phones as it did on the Galaxy S23 phones.

The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra all came equipped with the same 12MP selfie camera up front, and it appears that this will remain the case in 2024 as well.

It’s interesting to note that while the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus had 10MP selfie cameras, the Galaxy S22 Ultra had a 40MP front-facing camera. The Galaxy 21 line was the same, but it doesn’t appear that Samsung will take that tactic again.

The leak also suggests that we can put the notion of an under-display camera for the Galaxy S series to rest for another 12 months. Samsung has utilized the technology on its foldable devices, most recently the Galaxy Z Fold 4, but has not done so in the past with its standard flagship models.

Under-display cameras currently can’t compete with the picture and video quality provided by conventional components. According to this source, Samsung wants to minimize the size of the cut-out for the selfie camera on the front screen.

The Samsung Galaxy S24 will still allow you to take better selfies even with the same hardware-only selfie camera, but this time around, all the upgrades will have to be made to the software.

The Galaxy S24 phones’ rear cameras don’t seem to be getting much of an upgrade either, but we’ll have to wait and see based on what we’ve heard so far. There will be another Samsung Unpacked 2023 before these devices go on sale.

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Source: techradar

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