Rumor has it that Samsung de Galaxy S23 Ultra with its new 200 MP image sensor to build on its record camera resolution that proved beneficial with the 108 MP sensors in the S-line flagships during their last two editions.
A new Galaxy SS23 Ultra design concept video by Technician
explains what such a giant sensor might look like next to the other camera paraphernalia. If a 200MP sensor sounds like overkill, let’s not forget that it’s the maximum resolution for a single camera that chipsets like Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 support, and Samsung is nothing but maximalist when it comes to phones in its Ultra line. .
The magic of Nonacell pixel binning will result in jaw-dropping pixel size on such a high-resolution camera, and Samsung has proven it can bypass most of the pitfalls that gigantic small-pixel camera sensors represent with its 108MP units, so we can’t wait to see what the S23 Ultra camera will be capable of.
Watch the video where Samsung’s mobile camera chief explains the features and benefits of its first 200MP HM1 ISOCELL sensor, which may make it into the Galaxy S23 series.
What other design changes we should expect from the Galaxy S23 Ultra and the S23 series in general are rumored to be a quad-curved “waterfall” display, at least on the Ultra, as well as the following new hardware and software features:
- Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor
- Qualcomm X70 5G modem
- 200MP Galaxy S23 ultra camera
- 108MP Galaxy S23/S23+ Camera Sensor
- Quadruple Curved “Waterfall” Display Design
- 10Hz-120Hz LTPO displays on the Galaxy S23/S23+
- Android 13 with One UI 5 on top