Last update: January 19, 2023 at 12:17 UTC + 01:00
the Galaxy S23 Ultra It will contain a file ISOCELL HP2 The camera sensor, for the first time, an S-series flagship will jump to a resolution of 200MP. Samsung seems to be getting into the megapixel battle again, but it’s not just for the numbers. The Galaxy S23 Ultra is supposed to be able to take amazing photos, and the alleged camera sample lends a lot of weight to that theory.
The sample photo you see below was supposedly taken with the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 200MP primary camera. It may not look like it, but this is not a telephoto photograph taken at 5x or 10x magnification. Instead, the source says that this is a regular 200MP photo, which was later enlarged 12x and cropped using a photo editor. The method used isn’t obvious, and the photo editing app isn’t mentioned, but that’s the gist of it. (via @employee)
Galaxy S23 Ultra’s camera captures an incredible level of detail
This purported sample photo from the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 200MP primary camera shows the incredible level of detail the upcoming flagship is capable of capturing. The image is clear, without the oversampling, noise, or other visual stuff you’d normally get from enlarging an image taken with a different sensor. It’s almost as if it’s not even a crop.
ISOCELL HP2 is a 1/1.3 inch sensor with 0.6 micron pixels. It promises faster and better autofocus in low light conditions thanks to Super QPD (Quad Phase Detection). Samsung Leaked promotional materials It’s already teased the low-light photography of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, and it’s clear that this new sensor will be one of the main selling points to come.
Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S23 Ultra in Unpacked on February 1. company already Reservations accepted for the device (in addition to the Galaxy Book 3), and early adopters can take advantage of $50 in Samsung Credit — or $100 if they pre-order the Galaxy S23 and a Galaxy Book 3 laptop.
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