One of the best camera arrays now available on a smartphone is shared by the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy S21 Ultra, but it appears Samsung is prepared to make changes with the upcoming model. A 200MP camera sensor will be available on the Galaxy S23 Ultra, claims a recent report.
In the case of smartphones, quality doesn’t always immediately correlate with the number of pixels. Since the launch of the first Galaxy S20 Ultra in 2020, the 108MP sensor has been present in Samsung’s Ultra handsets for three generations. But because the camera system had inadequate software optimization and focussing problems, that release was lowered a notch. Samsung didn’t finally find out how to use the sensor correctly until the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and truly the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
According to a source from ETNews , Samsung is getting ready to provide a 200MP camera in its upcoming release, which could make its debut with the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The ISOCELL HP3, whose name was fixed in an past leak sensor, has reportedly completed development and is putting up manufacturing schedules. Samsung Electronics and Samsung Electro-Mechanics will each create 30% of the camera sensor.
It appears that Samsung has not yet decided whether or not to employ this new 200MP sensor in the Galaxy S23 Ultra, although that is the current plan. If approved, it would mark the first significant change to Samsung’s principal camera sensor in more than three years. As is customary, only the Ultra device would employ this high-megapixel, possibly physically larger sensor, with the normal S23 likely keeping with the 50MP sensor in the S22 series.
However, this isn’t the first time that Samsung has been reported to be aiming for a 200MP sensor. According to rumors, the business would use an Olympus-provided sensor of that size for the Galaxy S22 generation, however this proved out to be untrue. The fact that Samsung produces the camera sensor directly and that Nokia’s rumored also uses a comparable sensor makes this year’s claim appear more plausible.
When compared to the competition, the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 200MP rating will undoubtedly startle and impress some people. While Apple’s most recent iPhones still only have 12MP camera sensors, Google’s Pixel 6 series employs a 50MP sensor.