Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra camera specs revealed via leaked screenshots
Samsung is reportedly preparing to launch the successor to the Galaxy S22 series - the Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra - in the first week of February 2023. details about the phone have already appeared in several leaks on the Internet before, and now a new leak has emerged. According to a post shared by tipster Ice Universe on Twitter, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will offer users two shooting modes: one is a 200 MP mode and the other is a 50 MP shooting mode. Let's take a look.
The leaked information comes in the form of screenshots of the S23 Ultra camera app, which shows the presence of a 200MP and 50MP camera.
The same tipster also previously revealed that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a new 200-megapixel camera with 0.6μm pixels on a 1/1.3-inch sensor with an f/1.7 aperture in front. The Korean tech giant is also said to be using its new 200 megapixel ISOCELL HPX sensor along with new technologies. The new technologies may include Advanced Deep Trench Isolation (DTI) and Tetra2Pixel. the former will help the sensor achieve better light absorption while the latter will help achieve low-light photography as it helps combine 4 or 16 pixels into one. Meanwhile, the standard Galaxy S23+ is expected to feature a 100-megapixel sensor like the one used in the Galaxy 22 Ultra.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 flagship is highly anticipated and as such, several leaks about the series have previously surfaced on the internet and revealed information about the expected specifications, live images, renders and cases of the series. The Galaxy S23 series is also said to come with a larger battery than the Galaxy S22 series.