The camera specs for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra seem to have been leaked online, revealing a mixture of exciting and familiar.
Reliable informant Yogesh Brar took over Twitter once again, this time to take a look at the camera setup of Samsung’s upcoming flagship phone update.
As you can see, an interesting addition to the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is the 200-megapixel main camera. For reference, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra camera is “only” 108 megapixels. Tsk.
We’ve already heard rumors of a 200MP camera in the flagship S23 line. Samsung announced its first 200MP sensor over a year ago, so it’s time to see such a thing in one of the manufacturer’s own phones.
What we haven’t heard is a hint of how the rest of the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s camera system will be shaped. Answer: very similar to the current model.
According to Brar, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will feature a 10-megapixel 3x telephoto lens, a 10-megapixel periscope camera, and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera. To us, this is very similar to setting up the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Of course, given that we’ve described the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s camera setup as “brilliantly versatile” and one of the best on the market, especially in the area of zoom, that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Even with similar hardware, we would support Samsung in further improving its algorithms, as well as the additional image processing power that the new phone will inevitably provide.