Samsung has unveiled its new ISOCELL Zoom Anyplace technology, which utilizes its 200-megapixel sensors to enable advanced video zoom capabilities. This feature allows for simultaneous capture of both the full field of view and zoomed-in areas, as well as automatic tracking and filming of moving subjects within the frame. While Samsung has not specified which devices will have this feature, it is likely to be included in their upcoming flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S24 Ultra, expected to be announced in early 2024. This zoom function is similar to the Solo Cut Mode found in the Honor 90, but Samsung’s version offers higher resolution, allowing for 4K recording even when zoomed in up to 4x. It can also zoom in and out mid-shot and work effectively with subjects at the edge of the frame. Additionally, Samsung has introduced an “End-to-End (E2E) AI Remosaic” feature that reduces image processing times for 200-megapixel images by up to 50%. This technology carries out remosaicing and image signal processing steps in parallel, resulting in photos with enhanced details and colors. Samsung has not provided a specific release date for these features, but rumors suggest that the Galaxy S24 lineup could launch as early as January 2024.
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