Galaxy S23 Ultra has 200 MP camera detailed in new leak


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Galaxy S23 Ultra has 200 MP camera detailed in new leak

Samsung is due to renew its line of high-end smartphones in the first quarter of next year, with the arrival of the Galaxy S23 line. Now, rumors about the main camera of the most expensive model in the series bring news.

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Informant Ice Universe brought news about the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s rear camera, through a post on his profile on the Chinese social network Weibo.

The leaker, who has a high precision when it comes to Samsung news, says that it is “100% certain” that it will have a 200 MP sensor, with a 1/1.3″ sensor, 0.6 μm pixels , and f/1.7 aperture lens.

Ice Universe brings news about the S23 Ultra’s 200 MP camera (Image: Reproduction / Weibo)

In this way, the device will have smaller pixels and a larger aperture compared to the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which has a 108 MP camera with 0.8 μm pixels and an f/1.8 lens. Previous rumors say that the sensor that will be used must be the ISOCELL HP2, which would supposedly be exclusive to this model.

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Rumors say that Samsung should adopt this 200 MP sensor and generate photos of a smaller size, but with better results in night photography thanks to Hexa²Pixel technology.

S22 Ultra could be one of the last Galaxy S with 108 MP camera (Image: Handout/Samsung)

In addition, it is possible that the device will repeat the same design, thickness and screen size of the current generation, as well as the battery capacity. Finally, one of the main changes should be for the processor, which should be the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, to be announced later this year by Qualcomm.

Finally, there is a chance that it will bring a new memory chip produced by Samsung itself, UFS 4.0, which should deliver greater storage capacity and speed compared to the UFS 3.1 of the Galaxy S22 line.

Source: Weibo