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Samsung Galaxy S24 series to support Ultra HDR

The Samsung Galaxy S24 series is said to support Ultra HDR. Another benchmark test of the Galaxy S24+ has also appeared.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra

Google introduced the Ultra HDR feature with Android 14. This allows you to take and view HDR photos on Android devices in higher resolution HDR format instead of SDR. Some Chinese flagship smartphones already have a similar feature. The previous versions and betas of Samsung’s One UI 6, however, have omitted this. But according to new rumors, Samsung will implement an Ultra HDR-like feature on its Galaxy smartphones next year. More precisely, the premiere will take place on the Samsung Galaxy S24 series.

The news comes from reliable tipster Ice Universe. Accordingly, the Galaxy S24 cell phones, which are expected to be released in January 2024, will support the display of HDR images in photo albums. Supposedly, the S24 series displays support a peak brightness of a massive 2,500 nits. This would be an excellent match for HDR content, which would look pretty good with it.

Supporting an Ultra HDR-like feature in the Samsung Galaxy S24 series would also improve photography capabilities. This is because the HDR images would no longer be assigned to the SDR space and thus the brightness, contrast and color range of the original HDR image would be retained.

In addition, the next Geekbench test has appeared, from a Samsung Galaxy S24+. The benchmark test once again confirms Samsung’s in-house Exynos 2400 chipset in the base and Plus models as well as 12 GB of RAM. The test results are therefore around 20% below the performance of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 in the upcoming Galaxy S24 Ultra. After all, Samsung wants to score big in terms of AI functions with the Exynos 2400.

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