The Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to sport a 200MP primary camera. Samsung remained with the same 108MP megapixel count for the last three generations of premium S range devices. While some may argue that the unit gave more than enough megapixels; the South Korean corporation is surely itching to debut a device with its 200MP sensor.
ETNews alleges that Samsung’s Mobile Experience (MX) branch notified its camera partner that the S23 Ultra will have a 200MP main camera.
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Samsung released the ISOCELL HP1 and ISOCELL HP3 200MP smartphones last year. Motorola X30 Pro is the first smartphone with HP1 and Xiaomi is working on a 200MP camera phone.
Samsung didn’t skip HP2 version number. Samsung has reserved it for the S23 Ultra, which may have stronger specs than the HP1 and HP3.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra sports a 108MP main camera, 12MP ultrawide unit, 10MP periscope telephoto module with 10x optical zoom, and 10MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom. It’s unlikely to adopt the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s under-display selfie camera, according to rumours.
Thanks to advances in computational photography, megapixel count is no longer that significant, which is why Apple and Google aim to avoid megapixel battles, but it remains a big selling point and Samsung will stress the 200MP camera as a prominent feature.
High-resolution cameras offer some benefits. The Galaxy S23 Ultra will deliver superior images and movies due to its higher megapixel count.