Samsung praises video it mistakenly thought was shot by a Galaxy S24 Ultra. Surprise!

However, there was one problem with Samsung’s narrative. The device that filmed the Rihanna concert was not a Galaxy S24 Ultra. In fact, it wasn’t recorded with a Samsung phone at all. The video was shot by a two-year-old iPhone 13 Pro Max and to prove it, the person who recorded the video posted the metadata. The video includes a 10x digital zoom-in and a .5x optical zoom-out. Of course, the iPhone 13 Pro Max does not feature the Tetraprism periscope zoom lens that delivers 5x optical zoom on the iPhone 15 Pro Max.
Until the metadata was posted, not everyone believed that an iPhone, especially a two-year-old unit, was responsible for the footage. “X” user “thetech_wiz” summed up the matter by tweeting, “A video shot on iPhone 13 Pro Max has sparked debate among phone (Samsung & iPhone) enthusiasts, with some claiming it must have been filmed on a Samsung S24 Ultra due to its zoom quality. The videographer has debunked these claims, but the Samsung fanboys are still in a disbelief. This just says a lot about how strong opinions, biases and brand loyalty could cloud someone‚Äôs judgement!!”
Honestly, a screw-up like this is not going to result in a surge of iPhone 15 Pro Max purchases. And frankly, it is not going to deter anyone who plans on purchasing a Galaxy S24 Ultra from buying the phone. It’s just a fun little story you can pass along with your fellow phone enthusiasts.


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