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A Stunning Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Camera Feature

Despite initial speculations that the Galaxy S22 Ultra would include a 200MP sensor, we now expect the Galaxy S22 Ultra to have a camera array that is quite similar to that of its predecessor: a 108MP primary camera, two 10MP telephoto sensors, a 12MP ultrawide camera, and a 40MP selfie camera. Even if Samsung doesn’t go in a new hardware path, we can’t help but wonder what changes they’re working on in the software department. According to the newest reports, the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s photography could be improved with the help of AI-powered post-processing, that is, Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra camera feature.

A Stunning Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Camera Feature

The 108MP primary camera on the Galaxy S22 Ultra will reportedly have an AI-enhancement option (per Ice Universe). According to this information, a button will appear at the bottom-right of the screen while capturing images at full 108MP quality to enable this mode, which aims to give more detail, colour, and brightness. Pertaining to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra camera feature, another tweet from the same leaker underlines the importance of AI in the S22 Ultra’s camera, claiming that software improvements, rather than hardware improvements, will account for the majority of the improvements in this generation’s photography.

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The concept of AI-powered smartphone cameras isn’t new to us. While the iPhone 13 Pro Max and the Pixel 6 Pro don’t have the same resolution or as many cameras as the Galaxy S21 Ultra, you could argue that they take superior images. Even with a 4-year-old camera sensor, the Pixel 5 managed to shoot photographs that were nonetheless impressive.

This may be the first time Samsung has used AI to improve photo quality, but it’s easy to assume that by the time the S22 Ultra releases in February, we’ll be seeing more in this vein. Given that Samsung’s main competitors have been investing heavily in computational photography for years, a new focus on post-processing could help the business compete.

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