Samsung will reportedly improve the Galaxy S23 Ultra camera to 200MP. However, the camera sensor’s features weren’t revealed. Now, trustworthy source Ice Universe has disclosed more camera details.
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 has 0.8m pixels and an F1.8 aperture. The 200MP sensor has fewer pixels, but a larger aperture (that takes more light in).
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100% confirmed, S23 Ultra main camera:
< 200MP，0.6μm，1/1.3"，F1.7 >
It's only slightly bigger than the iPhone 14 Pro and smaller than other Android flagship phone sensors in 2023. pic.twitter.com/UeHH5C6aJo
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) September 10, 2022
This ISOCELL module differs from the current alternatives and lies between the ISOCELL HP1 and HP3. Some say it’s an unannounced ISOCELL HP2. As always, take these reports with a grain of salt because there’s no assurance they’re real, but Ice Universe has a good track record of reliable leaks.
The insider indicates the primary camera will be like the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s. Ice Universe noted that the Galaxy S23’s proportions are similar to the Galaxy S22’s. Samsung may update its camera design.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 won’t be released until early 2023. Three phones could have Qualcomm’s next-gen processor by the end of the year.
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