For four years, Samsung has been using a 10MP selfie camera on its Galaxy S-series devices starting with Galaxy S10 through Galaxy S22+. As the South Korean giant is gearing up for its next big launch in 2023, reports have mushroomed on the internet stating that Samsung will upgrade its front camera sensor after a long time.
Samsung Galaxy S23 to get a better selfie camera
According to the folks at Galaxy Club, Samsung is likely working on integrating a 12MP selfie camera sensor on Galaxy S23 and S23+ devices up for a launch this year. It is a major upgrade coming after a few years which makes it much more exciting news since non-Ultra Galaxy S-series models after S10 had 10MP sensors only. Let’s leave Ultra models because the moniker itself suggests that these devices are off the charts in terms of specs.
Circling back to the big deal, both Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus are likely to have a 12MP sensor at the front nested in a punch-hole cut-out that Samsung calls Infinity-O panels. The devices, as usual, will arrive sometime early next year i.e. January or February 2023 given the fact that all the major releases from Samsung happen in a similar timeline.
Apart from that, we are still seven to eight months away from the launch which means there will be a bucket load of information available over this long period. For now, we do know that Samsung Galaxy S23 series is in the works with a project named Diamond. It will pack in Exynos 2300 processor while there will be a flagship Snapdragon model available for the U.S. as well.
Samsung has always maxed up specifications for the Ultra variants of its Galaxy S-series devices and there’s no doubt to believe Galaxy S23 Ultra otherwise. We have heard about a 200MP ISOCELL HP3 camera is in the works from Samsung so the question is, could Galaxy S23 Ultra pick it up? Well, we will have to wait for more information to arrive so keep your eyes on this section for further updates.