- Samsung has announced that the Instagram and Snapchat apps on the Galaxy S24 series will give you the same camera quality as the stock camera app.
- Instagram and Snapchat on the Galaxy S24 series will not be limited to taking a photo of the camera viewfinder but will be able to access the camera’s full capabilities.
The Galaxy S24 series is here, bringing plenty of AI goodness to Samsung’s flagship phone. If you are deep into social media, the Galaxy S24 brings another reason to cheer. Samsung has announced that Instagram and Snapchat on the Galaxy S24 series will give you the same camera quality as the stock camera app.
Previously, the “camera” function on social media apps like Instagram and Snapchat would present a camera-like viewfinder to users but only take a screenshot of what is being displayed. A screenshot of the camera viewfinder is fundamentally different from an actual photo, as it will miss out on the full range of depth and detail information that the default camera app can capture. On modern phones like the Galaxy S24 series, the camera app also has an extensive processing pipeline that often relies on merging multiple bursts of photos. You naturally lose these benefits when you take a screenshot of the viewfinder.
With the Galaxy S24 series, Samsung says apps like Instagram and Snapchat can access the camera’s full capabilities. Instagram is a primary partner for this phone series, and you can click photos in the Instagram app and get the same quality as the stock camera app.
Premium Galaxy S series camera features now integrate directly with mobile apps in HDR to level up social sharing.
Ideally, you’d still default to the camera app, as a lot of AI-based processing happens based on scene recognition, which other apps often do not have access to. The camera app also lets you switch between the various camera modes and features specific to that phone, which third-party apps aren’t very good at. But if you prefer shooting within the Instagram or Snapchat apps, you can rest assured that you won’t miss out on too much if you stick to the camera modes and features that Instagram and Snapchat support.
Instagram will also show images and photos within the app in Super HDR on the Galaxy S24 series.
We’ll be testing Samsung’s claims for improved photo quality on Instagram and Snapchat once we get our hands on the new phones.
Samsung Galaxy S24
Slimmer than ever • Victus 2 glass • Bright display
Powerful AI smarts and slimmer bezels
The Samsung Galaxy S24 series focuses on added AI technology. With a 6.2-inch, 120Hz display, 128GB or 256GB of storage, 8GB of RAM, and up to 2,600 nits peak display brightness, the S24 is promising to be a quality update in the line. The new AI features go deep, improving your experience with the camera, search, and much more.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus
Big bright display • Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy • Thin bezels
New hardware, powerful AI tools
Packed with a lengthy suite of new AI features, the Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus is the 6.7-inch-sized base-model of the S24 series. Sharing most specs and features with the standard S24 model, the S24 Plus offers a larger battery, more storage space, 12GB of RAM, and a bump to Quad HD resolution. Built for those that want a larger display, but are not interested in the very best features available only in the S24 Ultra.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra
200MP camera • ProVisual Engine • Up to 1TB of storage • New AI tools
The best of the best in the S24 series
Samsung’s true flagship device, the Galaxy S24 Ultra offers the very best specs and features from any Galaxy phone to date. Ai and camera functions are the name of the game, with a 200MP primary camera, 50MP 5x telephoto, 10MP 3x telephoto, and 12MP ultrawide shooters. Smaller display bezels, 2,600 nit display, 5,000 mAh battery, an advanced cooling vapor chamber, up to 1TB of UFS 4.0 storage, and 12GB of RAM make for a powerful mobile computing system. The new ProVisual Engine offers AI-powered camera tools for photo and video capture.
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