South Korean company Samsung Electronics Mobile Experience has confirmed that the S23 Ultra will have a 200 MP camera.
Some reports claim that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be Samsung’s first phone to feature a 200 MP camera. The Samsung Electronics Mobile Experience division has confirmed that the S23 Ultra will have a 200 MP camera, according to South Korean news site ET News.
The Motorola Edge 30 Ultra, which is expected to be launched on September 8 in the Global market, will be equipped with a 200 MP camera. The upcoming Xiaomi 12T Pro is also expected to have a 200 MP camera. Both devices are equipped with the Samsung ISOCELL HP1 main camera.
Speculation is rife that the S23 Ultra will not have an HP1 sensor. Reporting from Gizmochina (22/8), the phone may be equipped with the ISOCELL HP2 sensor which has not been announced yet. Reports have claimed that the device will be equipped with a 12 MP ultra-wide lens, a 10 MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom, and a 10 MP periscope zoom lens with 10x optical zoom.
Rumor has it that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which is likely to be officially unveiled in November this year. It looks like the South Korean company will not make the S23 Ultra with the Exynos chip.
The device is said to pack a 5,000 mAh battery, which will probably support 45W fast charging. For selfies, this will likely retain the 40 MP AF-capable front camera, just like on the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Other specifications of the S23 Ultra are still a secret. The Ultra version is expected to launch with the regular Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus versions in Q1 2023.