Updated: Dec 21, 2022
According to popular Twitter leakster Ice Universe (@UniverseIce ), the Galaxy S23 series will improve the video recording capabilities of the upcoming devices. According to a trustworthy source, the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra will have an 8K@30fps video recording option, which is a 25% improvement over the Galaxy S22 series' 8K@24fps capability.
The ability to record 8K videos at a higher frame rate will largely eliminate the motion blur and choppiness that is typically associated with 24fps video. Granted, most people still associate the latter with the classic "cinematic film" look, which could still be used for creative purposes, but having the 30fps video-recording option opens up a whole new world of possibilities for potential Galaxy S23 videographers.
However, 4K@120fps would be a much more useful option, which unfortunately was not available on either Galaxy S22 device, including the top-of-the-line Galaxy S22 Ultra. Being able to shoot 4K@120fps videos would allow for slowing down the footage to 30 or 24fps and achieving a much more cinematic look with that oh-so-good slow motion characteristic. That would be a far more significant improvement for the Galaxy S23 series than the still gimmicky 8K video recording.
There are rumours that the Galaxy S23 family will include sensor-shift OIS (optical image stabilization). In contrast to "regular" OIS, which shifts the camera lens to account for the usual shakiness of a phone user's hands when using the device to capture video, sensor-shift OIS shifts the image sensor.
Well, using magnets and coils, "normal" OIS may change up to 1,000 times per second. Up to 5,000 changes can be made per second through sensor-shift OIS. Additionally, because the modifications are made shortly after the shots are taken, the results are better-looking pictures. If you don’t know the iPhone 12 Pro Max introduced this technology.