Galaxy S25 Ultra from Samsung is Rumored to Get Massive Camera Upgrade

| Updated on 29 May 2024
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Samsung has been moving at a slow pace when it comes to the cameras on their flagship products. Users have been fed up with seeing the same camera hardware on the Samsung S series for so many years. 

Now, there is a bit of chatter around the Samsung S25, due in January next year, particularly around the Ultra model. Now, according to a new leak, the camera hardware on the Ultra model is slated to be released with a significant upgrade. 

Thanks to Leaker Ice Universe on Weibo, we know that the new Galaxy S25 Ultra will still feature a quad-camera system. Previous leaks suggested that the new Samsung camera system will switch to a triple-lens rear camera setup. But, the Ice Universe has quelled those rumors. 

The leaker suggests that the new Samsung flagship will still retain a 200MP main camera and a 50MP 5x camera. However, the upgrade is coming to the ultrawide sensor and 3x camera sensor. The leaker suggests that now the phone will feature a 50MP ultrawide camera and a 50MP 3x shooter. 

This is long overdue for Samsung smartphones as they’ve stuck with a small, 10MP 3x sensor since 2021’s Galaxy S21 Ultra. This means that low-light photos would see a massive improvement over earlier models as a high-resolution camera would allow Samsung to use pixel-binning on this telelens. A higher resolution camera would mean that the new phones would come with better 3x and 5x zoom capabilities. 

A 50MP ultra wide camera would bring Samsung to par with other competitors like Google and Xiaomi as they have had high-resolution ultrawide cameras for a while. More clues about the Samsung Galaxy S25 camera might come with the launch of Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6, Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra, and Galaxy Z Flip 6. These devices are slated to launch on July 10 this year.

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