The Smartphone Industry Will Never Be the Same: Samsung’s Zoom Feature Exposed!

Samsung's Zoom Feature Exposed

Published on November 2nd, 2023

These takeaways highlight the significant technological advancements in smartphone photography and videography:

  • Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 Chip
  • Innovative Zoom Feature – ISOCELL Zoom Anyplace
  • Dual Recording with 4K Resolution
  • AI Subject Tracking and Stabilization
  • Enhanced Zoom Quality

During the recent Snapdragon Summit, Qualcomm unveiled its cutting-edge Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip, which boasts impressive AI capabilities.

Among the first smartphones slated to integrate this advanced processor is Samsung’s Galaxy S24 series.

Samsung has also introduced a groundbreaking zoom feature, specially designed to harness the AI potential of this chip and elevate its 200MP camera’s performance.

This novel feature, named ISOCELL Zoom Anyplace, takes full advantage of the 200MP camera’s capabilities.

It offers a unique ability to simultaneously capture close-up and full-frame video content.

Remarkably, both the broader scene and the zoomed-in areas can be recorded at a remarkable 4K resolution.

Beyond this dual recording prowess, ISOCELL Zoom Anyplace leverages AI technology to adeptly track subjects and stabilize video shots.

Traditionally, capturing moving subjects in videos demanded the user’s constant attention and precision.

However, ISOCELL Zoom Anyplace changes the game by rapidly identifying even fast-moving subjects and autonomously tracking and following them, ensuring that they remain within the frame during recording.

Additionally, this feature significantly reduces screen shake, as it takes charge of the intricate task of tracking moving subjects, enabling users to immerse themselves in the live scene before them.

Consequently, irrespective of one’s videography skills, the frustration of subjects slipping out of the frame becomes a relic of the past.

Moreover, Samsung proudly guarantees that users can zoom in at 2x or even 4x magnification with no discernible loss in quality or alteration of the viewing angle.

Notably, this feature bears some resemblance to Google’s Zoom Enhance feature introduced at the Pixel 8 event, but it surpasses it by offering dynamic subject tracking and stabilizing video recording in addition to enhancing zoomed-in photo details using AI.

Feature Image Source: Anh Nhat