Samsung Galaxy S23 tipped to feature 8K video recording at 30fps



  • Samsung Galaxy S23 series is tipped to get a video performance boost
  • The next-generation flagship will come with 8K recording at 30fps 
  • The smartphones are expected to debut in February next year 

Samsung Galaxy S23 series video capabilities have been tipped. The information has been shared by Ice Universe on Twitter. The next-generation flagship Galaxy S smartphones are expected to pack a 25 percent performance increase in video shooting. 

Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy S23 family in February next year. The lineup comprising regular, Plus, and Ultra models has already been spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking platform as well as appeared in leaked renders. 

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Samsung Galaxy S23 series video recording details tipped

The current-generation Samsung Galaxy S22 features 8K video recording but at 24 frames per second. Ice Universe says that the next-generation flagship S23 will also support 8K recording but at 30 frames per second. There’s not much difference between 30 and 24fps. However, a faster frame rate reduces motion blur and offers a smooth recording. 

The tipster doesn’t reveal whether the entire Galaxy S23 lineup will get support for 8K video recording at 30fps. 

Based on past reports, the Galaxy S23 series is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor under the hood. All three devices will retain the same design as their predecessors. However, the regular and Plus variants will ditch the rectangular camera island on the back panel. The S23 Ultra is tipped to be the first Samsung phone to feature a 200MP sensor.

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