Samsung has been using super high-resolution cameras in its phones since the launch of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. The Korean company then integrated a 108MP sensor in its flagships for three generations: Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy S22 Ultra.

Now, the company seems ready to launch with an even higher resolution sensor in the next-generation Galaxy S series, which is expected to arrive early next year.

According to leaker Ice Universe (@UniverseIce), the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a 200MP main camera. The Korean company is said to be using the unreleased 200MP sensor, the ISOCELL HP2 for its next flagship.

If you remember, Samsung's first 200MP camera sensor, the ISOCELL HP1, was released last year. A few weeks ago, the company unveiled its second 200MP sensor, the ISOCELL HP3.

Obviously, ISOCELL HP2 will have better performance than both ISOCELL HP1 and ISOCELL HP3. This shouldn't come as much of a surprise as Samsung has a rather strange product naming convention. For example, the ISOCELL GN2 is a better sensor than the ISOCELL GN1, but the ISOCELL GN5 is not as good as either sensor.

Going back to the ISOCELL HP2, its size is still undetermined. However, this camera sensor is expected to be larger than the SOCELL HP1 (1/1.22 inch size) or come with more advanced technologies.


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