Samsung Has No Plans To Upgrade Camera Hardware With Galaxy S Series Until 2025

Samsung is just a month away from unveiling its next flagship S series model, the Samsung Galaxy S24 lineup, which certainly indicates that a number of leaks will be flooding the internet over the coming weeks. Meanwhile, there’s a lot to witness, and users’ excitement is on the next level, especially for those who are expecting some significant camera upgrades in the upcoming Galaxy S24 lineup. 

If rumors are to be believed, then it’s highly anticipated that Samsung could make the Galaxy S24 lineup official somewhere in mid-January, i.e., on 17th January. The whole S24 series is expected to arrive with new chipsets, designs, and more. On the other hand, several recent leaks clearly point out that Samsung will not be upgrading the camera hardware of its future models, including the Galaxy S24 and S25 series, respectively.  

At the same time, a noteworthy tipster who covers all the important leaks of Samsung posted a report on X that suggests that Samsung will be using the same ISOCELL GN3 camera sensor, which was used in the Galaxy S23 series, for the primary camera of both the futuristic models, the Galaxy S24 and S25 series, demonstrating that the most popular Korean electronics manufacturer hasn’t been planning to upgrade the camera hardware, at least for three years. 

In other words, Samsung will be continuing with the same primary camera sensor as the Galaxy S23 series. Furthermore, with the computing power and AI capabilities getting better and better due to the developing modern technology, it’s highly expected that Samsung will be pushing much better image-capturing capabilities in its Galaxy S24 and S25 series, respectively. 

Shazia Irani

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