A rumour from last month stated that the Galaxy S23 and S23+ will have telephoto cameras with the same resolution (10MP 3x) as their predecessors and this will also apply to the next Ultra variant. Now, according to a recent report by Galaxy Club, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will sport a periscope with 10x magnification and 10MP resolution.
These basic specifications are virtually the same as those of the S21 Ultra and S22 Ultra. Since Samsung used the same camera configuration on the S22 Ultra while improving the image quality, a similar improvement on the S23 Ultra is extremely likely. Image quality can still be improved, and it will be interesting to see how Samsung approaches this.
The primary camera, which is expected to receive the biggest camera improvement on the next Ultra, is thought to switch from the current model’s 108MP HM3 sensor to a 200MP sensor that has been in development for some time. This 200MP camera sensor will be seen in action soon on the Moto Edge 30 Pro sometime next month. Coming back to the S23 series, we have the issue of the second telephoto camera. It’s unclear at this time if the company will keep it the same or enhance it for the next generation of Galaxy smartphones.
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These rumours should be treated with caution because they are still in the early stages. Since the S23 series debut is still more than six months away, additional information about this lineup ought to become available soon.