It appears that Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra prototype leaker Ice Universe has obtained one and published a camera sample. Although the phone’s development is certainly not finished yet (it won’t be on sale for a few more months), the early signs are promising.
The S23 Ultra will be the first 200MP smartphone made by the firm, and it makes use of a sensor made by Samsung. But it won’t be one of the 200MP ISOCELL sensors we’ve already seen (HP1 and HP3); rather, the leaker claims it will be a brand-new sensor (1/1.3″, 0.6 m). Additionally, although that mode is still being developed, it appears to offer a 50MP mode (instead of only 12.5MP and 200MP as was initially announced).
Using a Galaxy S23 Ultra and an S22 Ultra, the following screenshot shows a cropped image (upscaled 16x). The new phone generates a considerably clearer image and can clarify the parallel lines, whereas the existing model blends together the parallel lines that are closely spaced. Take note that for this photograph, AI-based picture improvements were turned off.
The old telephoto cameras from the 2022 Ultra are predicted to remain on the Galaxy S23 Ultra after the primary camera. However, the leaker (who hasn’t provided any evidence for the claim yet with images) asserts that enhanced picture processing will result in greater image quality.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Vs Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra camera sample
Again, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra won’t be available for months (it’s anticipated in January or February), but Samsung usually continues to provide camera enhancements after that. Several pieces of information are also known regarding the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s additional cameras. For instance, we are aware that the phone once more features a 12MP ultra-wide-angle camera.
Additional telephoto cameras with 10MP resolution are also available; one has a 3x optical zoom and the other a 10x optical zoom. Only the front camera’s resolution is still a mystery. Even so, we venture a bet that it will be equivalent to the 40MP front camera that we are familiar with from the S21 Ultra and S22 Ultra.
The S23 Ultra’s battery has a 5000 mAh capacity. Additionally, we have learned that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8Gen2 CPU powering the US version of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series is substantially speedier.
unlike the 8Gen1 If the European S23 will also get this CPU is still up in the air. Finally, we are aware that Samsung is developing a premium CPU of its own.
Early in 2023, perhaps in late January or early February, Samsung will introduce the Galaxy S23. Therefore, three in a month. We’ll probably find out more information regarding the Galaxy S23, S23 Ultra, and the smartphones’ cameras up until then.
This holds true for the costs that Samsung will shortly impose on its various models. Unfortunately, given the present euro exchange rates, we do not have much hope in this area. It’s possible that the Galaxy S23 series’ gadgets will cost significantly more than those in the S22 series.