According to Ice Universe, the new Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a significant camera performance. Previously, the leakster posted a comparison against the current S22 Ultra, but the result is still similar. Now, the leakster posted a comparison among three flagship smartphones camera, including Google Pixel 7 Pro.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra, S22 Ultra, and Pixel 7 Pro capture a pumpkin. The image result is very impressive, but with some notes. The Samsung camera styles are clear but with more saturated colors. The Galaxy S23 Ultra has a sharper image than the 2022 Galaxy flagship managed and also tops Google’s offering.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has a 200MP image sensor (1/1.3”, 0.6µm pixels), and there are three shooting modes, including 12MP (default), 50MP, and the full 200MP. Users can choose some resolutions, such as 4,000 x 3,000px, 8,160 x 6,120, and 16,320 x 12,240.
The company makes 16-to-1 binning of a 200MP result as same as a 12.5MP image. The camera will crop off half a megapixel to reach an even 12MP. So, the field of view should be minimal.
The 200MP sensor basically has the same size as S22 Ultra (108MP, 1/1.33”) but will be behind a slightly brighter aperture – f/1.7 vs. f/1.8. Ice Universe was also captured in dark mode, but it hasn’t been posted yet.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 series will be available on February 17. Of course, the developer has months to tweak the camera. The image above may not be representative of the final result.