Samsung will reportedly improve the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra‘s camera to 200MP. Camera sensor characteristics weren’t revealed. Now, trustworthy source Ice Universe has disclosed further camera information.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra will reportedly have a 200MP ISOCELL camera with a 1/1.3-inch sensor. It has F1.7 aperture and 0.6m pixels. The Galaxy S22 Ultra’s 108MP camera features 0.8m pixels and an F1.8 aperture. The 200MP sensor has fewer pixels, but a larger aperture (that takes more light in).
We don’t know if the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 200MP camera sensor is an improvement or a degradation. It might enhance non-native zoom performance. Smaller pixels cause more noise, especially in films (where pixel binning isn’t applied). Samsung seems to prioritise quantity over quality.
We’ll decide after reviewing the Galaxy S23 Ultra early next year. The phone’s design apparently resembles the Galaxy S22 Ultra. It will have a faster CPU (Snapdragon 8 Gen 2) and Android 13-based One UI 5 software.
Galaxy S23 Rumors
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra may appear like its predecessor. Leaker Ice Universe says the phone will measure 6.43 x 3.07 x 0.35 inches, somewhat larger than the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Despite a new camera tip, which might lead to a bigger camera module and thicker phone. Also…
Several speculations indicate the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will sport a 200MP camera, up from 108MP on the S22 Ultra.
This camera Rumohr has been gathering steam recently, however a new leak suggests Samsung may use the older ISOCELL HP1 sensor instead of the second-generation ISOCELL HP3.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra may have a 200MP camera using an unannounced Samsung sensor, subsequently believed to be the ISOCELL HP2, which will trump the company’s existing 200MP sensors.
The next Samsung flagship phone may benefit. Samsung’s HP3 is a mid-range sensor, and the HP1 will debut on Motorola’s X30 Pro or Edge 30 Ultra. Samsung may add another sensor to its flagship to beat the competition.
Samsung showed off the 200MP HP1 camera sensor by blowing up a shot of a cat to suit a 28 × 22-meter canvas on the side of a building. The visual looked stunning on YouTube but not in person. Individual cat hairs are clearly seen.
Lower megapixel counts might make this difficult for even the greatest phone cameras. Samsung’s video claims a 200MP camera might improve Galaxy phone photography.
Galaxy Club believes the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus will have 12MP front cameras. Since the Galaxy S10’s introduction in 2019, neither model has seen a selfie resolution increase.