Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra camera specs just announced
Sources speaking to GalaxyClub (opens in a new tab) have claimed that the Samsung Galaxy S23 will use the same 10x optical zoom telephoto lens as the Galaxy S22 Ultra, including an identical IMX754 sensor from Sony.
As with a previous rumor that the standard telephoto lenses on the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus wouldn’t change, this would be pretty typical Samsung behavior. It and many other phone makers tend to stick with the same sensors for multiple generations of phones before swapping them out. This allows them to get the most out of the sensors before moving to new hardware and starting the refinement process all over again.
Samsung has never struggled to land the phones on our best camera phone guide. It’s likely that the Galaxy S23 series will take some great shots and earn a spot on this list as well, despite using almost identical hardware to its predecessors. Additionally, there will likely be new enhancements and features in the photo software.
Users hoping for a more substantial upgrade to the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s cameras may also get their wish. Other rumors have claimed that it will get a 200MP main camera, a much higher resolution than any comparable flagship camera that should deliver incredible detail or brightness depending on how Samsung chooses to use it. . However, this was also rumored for the Galaxy S22 last year and never happened, so we’ll have to wait for more rumors in the future before fully believing it.
We’re still in the Galaxy S22 lifespan at the moment, as we shouldn’t see the Galaxy S23 arrive until January next year. If you can’t wait until then to replace your phone, take a look at our Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus and Galaxy S22 Ultra reviews to see which would suit you best, and also read about the new purple color Samsung just released. post for the Galaxy S22.