A new report claims that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be Samsung’s first flagship to feature a 200MP camera sensor.
As of 2020, all of Samsung’s high-end smartphones come with a 108 MP camera sensor, from S20 Ultra to S22 Ultra. Now it looks like the company is looking to give it an upgrade as a new report from the Korean publication ET News claims that next year’s Galaxy S23 Ultra will come with a 200MP camera sensor. The outlet further adds that the Ultra model will be the only device in the S23 series to feature a 200MP camera.
The 200MP camera sensor is nothing new for Samsung. The company already offers the ISOCELL HP1 200MP sensor to other Android OEMs. Some reports claim that the HP1 sensor is set to debut with the Motorola X30 Pro later this month, but nothing is confirmed as of yet.
While most leakers think the S23 Ultra will feature a 200MP, some say it will feature an unreleased HP2 camera sensor and not the HP1 or HP3 sensors that are already available. Still, it’s almost certain that the next Ultra device will see a huge camera upgrade.
Not much is known about the Galaxy S23 series at the moment. However, the smartphone is still months away and we expect more information to become available closer to launch. We’ll keep you posted as additional details emerge.
Source: ET News