Rumor has it that Samsung has equipped the Galaxy S23 Ultra with its new 200-megapixel image sensor to develop the camera’s record-breaking resolution, which has proven useful with 108MP sensors in the flagship S-line in their last two releases.
Technizo’s new Galaxy SS23 Ultra concept video shows how such a giant sensor can look alongside other camera accessories. If the 200-megapixel sensor sounds like redundancy, remember that this is the maximum resolution of a single camera supported by chipsets such as the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, and Samsung is no more than a maximalist when it comes to Ultra phones.
The magic of Nonacell’s pixel pooling will lead to the exciting spirit of pixel size on a camera with such a high resolution, and Samsung has proven that it can bypass most of the traps that are giant tiny pixel camera sensors with their 108-megapixel modules, so we can’t see , which is capable of S23 Ultra camera.
Take a look at the video in which the head of Samsung’s mobile camera explains the features and benefits of its first 200-megapixel HM1 ISOCELL sensor, which may be in the Galaxy S23 series.
As for the other design changes we expect from the Galaxy S23 Ultra and the S23 series in general, there are rumors of a four curved “waterfall” display, at least on the Ultra, as well as the next new hardware and software.