Samsung of South Korea is getting ready to introduce the newest model of its prestigious Galaxy S series of smartphones. The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra are the three smartphones that will make up the series when it debuts on February 1. However, tipster Ice Universe has revealed the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra’s camera specifications ahead of the device’s release. The report implies that in addition to the selfie camera getting an upgrade, Samsung’s recently introduced 200MP ISOCELL HP2 would be a part of the camera system on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Samsung has changed all the camera sensors except the 10MP 3x and 10x telephoto units, which are still Sony IMX754 sensors, according to a recent screenshot – spotted by Ice Universe – from a hardware ID app outlining Galaxy S23 Ultra specifications. It is also said that all three Samsung Galaxy S23 models’ displays will have a maximum brightness of 1,750 nits.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra sports an ISOCELL HP2 sensor in place of an ISOCELL HM3 sensor. Additionally, it indicates that the 12MP ultra-wide camera uses the Sony IMX564 sensor rather than the IMX563 sensor. There aren’t many details because it seems like the IMX564 sensor is brand-new.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is anticipated to have a 6.8-inch QHD+ curved AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate as one of its additional features. It will have four rear cameras and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset that has been overclocked. It’s possible that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has a 5,000mAh battery and supports 45W fast charging.
The screenshot not only shows the back cameras, but also the front camera on the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which has less total megapixels and a new, enigmatic ISOCELL sensor. The front camera on this year’s Galaxy S23 Ultra is likely to have a 12MP sensor, as opposed to last year’s Galaxy S22 Ultra’s 40MP ISOCELL Slim GH1 sensor. Although it may appear to be a downgrade, the selfie camera on the Galaxy S22 Ultra employed pixel binning, giving photographs an actual resolution of 10MP. The improved sensor in the S23 Ultra could lessen the requirement for pixel binning while improving the resolution of final images.