Samsung Galaxy S23 will allegedly support 8K/30FPS video recording


These days, the smartphones in our pockets can do so much. It's more or less replaced handheld digital cameras, and one day it might even replace video cameras. We're not there yet, but that's not stopping Samsung from improving the Galaxy S23 series' video recording features.

Recently, the tipster Ice Universe has hinted that the Samsung Galaxy S23 series could feature 8K/30FPS video recording. This is a slight update over the Galaxy S22 series, which comes with 8K/24FPS recording instead. Of course, 30FPS isn't necessarily better than 24FPS, as the latter offers a more cinematic feel.

On the other hand, some users may prefer 30FPS for selected scenarios. For example, the smoother feel of 30FPS is better for like live streaming. Mind you, live streaming in 8K isn't something people would do. Even if it's possible, it would take too much bandwidth. Instead, most users might use 8K recording for the higher video resolution, before downscaling to 4K or 1080p.

Anyway, the tipster didn't specify which Galaxy S23 series model would have this feature. But the Galaxy S22 supports 8K/24FPS, so it's reasonable to assume that the standard Galaxy S23 would support the upgraded spec. With that said, is 8K/30FPS recording something you'd want? Let us know in the comments on our Facebook and stay tuned to TechNave for more updates about this.