Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra camera specs leaked: Tipped to feature a 200MP main sensor

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Series has been in the news for a while now and the flagship series is expected to launch in the first week of February 2023 and consists of 3 models- Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. Although there are still almost 3 months to the series launch, but key specs keep surfacing online now and then. Recently, tipster Ice Universe claimed that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will offer 2 shooting modes to its users- a 200MP mode and another 50MP shooting mode.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Camera specs leaked

The tipster shared a screenshot via its Twitter account which shows S23 Ultra’s camera app has a 200MP and a 50MP camera. The same tipster had earlier revealed that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a new 200MP camera with 0.6 micro pixels on a 1/1.3-inch sensor with an f/1.7 aperture in front. Samsung is expected to use its newest 200MP ISOCELL HPX sensor for the Galaxy S23 Ultra. New technologies are also expected to make their way to the main camera and they include Advanced Deep Trench Isolation and Tetra2Pixel. The lens is expected to give better light absorption. The vanilla and Galaxy S23+ models are said to feature a 108MP main sensor

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is also tipped to come with an upgrade for the selfie camera as it might switch from a 10MP selfie lens to a 12MP selfie lens. The camera placement has been kept under wraps so it can be an under-display shooter or the traditional punch-hole cutout housing the front shooter.

More will be revealed as the launch month draws nearer.

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