See the Galaxy S23 Ultra model with a ‘terrible’ 200MP camera

Galaxy S23 Ultra, the next generation of Samsung’s flagship smartphone, is said to use a “terrible” 200MP camera sensor.

Recently, a new concept video of Technizo introduced a camera module with a sensor up to 200MP on the upcoming Samsung flagship smartphone.

Concept Galaxy S23 Ultra with 200MP camera sensor

According to reports, Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will be equipped with Isocell HP1 sensor, the first image sensor for smartphones with 200MP resolution. The Isocell HP1 offers the ability to “take photos that can be enlarged and cropped without sacrificing image quality”, recording 8K videos at 30fps.

In addition, with the support of processors such as Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 for Isocell HP1, Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to be the No. 1 smartphone camera with extremely high-quality photos.

Concept Galaxy S23 Ultra with S Pen

Meanwhile, the other two models in the Galaxy S-series, the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus, are expected to come equipped with a 108MP main camera sensor.

All three models of the upcoming Samsung flagship, the Galaxy S-series, will come with multiple lenses on the rear camera module.

Galaxy S23 Ultra concept video with 200MP camera sensor

The leaked news so far says that Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S23 series will use LTPO screens with adaptive refresh rates from 10Hz to 120Hz. These flagships will be powered by the 2nd generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 processor or Samsung’s own Exynos flagship chipset, depending on the region.

The new Galaxy S-series will also be equipped with a Qualcomm X70 5G modem for better connectivity. In terms of software, the next-generation Galaxy S will run the latest Android 13 operating system with One UI 5 user interface.

Hai Nguyen (synthetic)


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