On February 1, Samsung is planning to introduce a new line of mobile devices known as the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The focus will on the most advanced model of the three new smartphones that are being introduced by the company, which is the Galaxy S23 Ultra. This model rumoured to offer several improvements over its predecessor, the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Detailed information about the device’s capabilities discovered online before its debut. Now, a person on Twitter going by the handle @edwards uh revealed (and since removed) all of the information there is to know about the camera sensors that will included on the future smartphone. Follow our website, Newsyblogy, for the latest updates!!!!!
Samsung has updated practically all of the camera sensors on the next flagship device, with only a number remaining unchanged. The 10MP 3x and 10x telephoto units will continue to use the Sony IMX754 sensors and will carried over to the next generation of cameras in their unchanged form from the previous generation.
S23 Ultra camera sensor changes:— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) January 23, 2023
Front camera (40MP GH1→12MP 3LU),
Ultra Wide Angle (12MP IMX563→12MP IMX564),
Main camera (108MP HM3→200MP HP2)
The 3x and 10x telephoto sensors have not changed (IMX754→IMX754)
P 1 is S23 Ultra, P 2 is S22 Ultra
Thanks @edwards_uh pic.twitter.com/QuefuFlB0f
The screenshot provides conclusive evidence that the ISOCELL HP2 sensor, which represents a significant advancement above the ISOCELL HM3 sensor, installed in the Galaxy S23 Ultra. On the other hand, it sheds light on the fact that the 12-megapixel ultra-wide sensor is a Sony IMX564 and not an IMX563, as previously believed. Because the IMX564 sensor is brand new, there are no specifications available.
In addition to the cameras on the back of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, the screenshot reveals a mysterious new ISOCELL sensor and a reduction in the overall number of megapixels available on the front-facing camera used for taking selfies.
The front-facing camera on the Galaxy S23 Ultra equipped with a 12MP ISOCELL 3LU sensor instead of the 40MP ISOCELL GH1 sensor seen on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Either the app got this information wrong, or Samsung has created a new 12MP ISOCELL (3LU) sensor specifically for the Galaxy S23 Ultra that it hasn’t yet publicized. Given that this name has yet to officially revealed (or leaked), the app either got this information wrong or Samsung has created this sensor.