Samsung, being a notable brand, is always in the prevailing news for its competitive smartphones and other products. Galaxy 24 series is expected to be launched in early 2024; hence, there are so many speculations we hear every day about the 24 series’ extensive features.
Android 14 is the first operating system with support for Ultra HDR. It enables us to operate the HDR feature while capturing and viewing photos and videos on our devices in HDR rather than using it on SDR. Samsung has not introduced it with One UI 6; however, a couple of other Android phones have got the Ultra HDR feature. As of now, rumors are swirling that tech giant Samsung will equip its upcoming flagship with this feature to provide a better display experience to its users.
A renowned tipster of the tech industry, Ice Universe, shares on a social media platform that Samsung plans to announce the Galaxy 24 series with a similar feature as Ultra HDR which will support viewing HDR photos in the photo albums. The users’ viewing experience will be elevated with an Ultra HDR-like feature, considering that the HDR photos will not lack quality in photo albums as compared to the SDR. This feature will also complement another hyped rumor about the 2,500 nits’ peak brightness of the OLED display of the Galaxy S24 series.
The tech geeks around the globe are uncertain whether these features will be furnished in the upcoming Galaxy 24 lineup or not. Nonetheless, if these news from different sources turn out to be real, then we would definitely be having an efficient flagship with most of the desired features. Moreover, some leaked sources are also revealing that the company will later bring the same feature in its older Galaxy series. However, there are no reliable sources to affirm these assumptions.