According to the latest news, Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will get a camera with a record high resolution of 200 megapixels. At the same time, the device will use the third generation of a 200MP module.
Despite the fact that the announcement of the fresh flagship line of the Samsung Galaxy S23 is scheduled only for the beginning of next year, interesting details about the devices have already begun to emerge on the network.
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For example, industry reports claim that the Korean company has successfully completed the development of its latest 200MP ISOCELL HP3 image sensor. And one of the first smartphones to receive it should be the Galaxy S23.
This fall, Apple will introduce a family of iPhone 14 smartphones with upgraded cameras, which is expected to push Samsung Electronics to respond.
That’s why, Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 200MP camera is the answer to iPhone 14 Pro’s new 48MP camera. Samsung Electronics and Samsung Electro-Mechanics are already in the final stages of finalizing the 200-megapixel camera module
Since the Galaxy S20 Ultra, Samsung has used 108-megapixel image sensors for three consecutive generations of flagship smartphones. This situation is expected to change with the release of the Galaxy S23 next year.
According to various insiders, Samsung Electronics and Samsung Electro-Mechanics are already in the final stages of finalizing the 200-megapixel camera module. The new camera will be in response to the fall launch of the iPhone 14 Pro, due out this fall. Its main camera will undergo the first major change in seven years, dropping a 12-megapixel sensor in favor of a 48-megapixel sensor.
Samsung previously introduced its first 200MP ISOCELL HP1 image sensor with 0.64µm pixels that support ChameleonCell pixel fusion technology and can record 8K video at 30fps, and 4K video at 120fps.
In addition, a second-generation 200-megapixel HP3 CMOS sensor is also said to be in development. Companies like Motorola, Vivo, and Xiaomi, who are working on mobile devices with it, have shown interest in a sensor with a record resolution.
Recall that traditionally the release of new Galaxy S smartphones takes place in February to March. It is unlikely that the new Galaxy S23 line will be an exception to this rule.