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Galaxy S23 Ultra Rumored to Deliver Massive Camera Upgrades

A 200MP primary camera sounds insane.

Lint built up around the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra's cameras
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Between the new iPhone 14 and Google’s Pixel 7 Pro, Samsung has its work cut out in the camera department. And while we loved the Galaxy S22 Ultra, new reports and rumors suggest the Galaxy S23 could arrive with a significant upgrade in the camera department.

More specifically, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will arrive with an insane 200MP camera and offer vast improvements to the primary camera, telephoto lens, and excellent low-light photography performance.

And while we know Samsung is busy testing a 200MP sensor and started teasing it back in May, this report says it’ll arrive on the Galaxy S23 Ultra. At least that’s what we’re hearing from faked leakster @UniverseIce on Twitter.

The leaker claims that while Samsung’s Galaxy S23 Ultra will have the same 3x and 10x camera specs as the S22 Ultra, it’ll also have a 200MP main camera. Plus, everything will reportedly receive an upgrade. We’re talking about telephoto performance, color improvements, AI algorithms, and more.

However, the biggest change could come from a huge night photography and video improvement. In fact, IceUniverse went as far as to claim this is “the biggest improvement of Samsung’s flagship mobile phone in five years.”

So far, we have heard good things about every camera on the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra, except for the ultra-wide. That doesn’t mean it won’t receive an upgrade. They just haven’t mentioned anything about it yet. So while we’re still a good 4-5 months away from an official Galaxy S23 announcement, things sound promising already.

via TechRadar

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