Some leaked photos are said to show that the Galaxy S23 Ultra shows more improvements than the current Galaxy S22 Ultra, even Google's new Pixel 7 Pro
Recently, some leaked photos are said to show that the Galaxy S23 Ultra shows more improvements than the current Galaxy S22 Ultra, or even Google's new Pixel 7 Pro.

Shared by a reliable source of Ice Universe, it looks like Samsung has been working on improving the camera capabilities of the Galaxy S23 Ultra as early as 2023.

Initial rumors suggest that the upcoming flagship will feature a 200 main sensor. megapixels, allowing photos and videos to provide additional clarity.

That is certainly the case with the sample pumpkin photo shared on the Chinese website Weibo. Pixel 7 Pro, Galaxy S22 Ultra, and Galaxy S23 Ultra pitted against each other with sample shots that show noticeable color and sharpness improvements on the upcoming device.

As you can see from the sample images above, sharpness, contrast, color and texture all benefit the latest device. Images from the Galaxy S22 Ultra and Pixel 7 Pro look noticeably dimmer and lack the detail of the Galaxy S23 Ultra zoom images.

Sadly, Ice Universe didn't specify what zoom level was used to compare the images, which in a way makes the comparison a bit unfair even though it's clear that the Galaxy S23 Ultra brings clear outstanding photo.

Another thing to note here is that the Galaxy S22 Ultra has a 108-megapixel primary sensor, while the Pixel 7 Pro is at a disadvantage with a 50-megapixel primary sensor. The main 200-megapixel sensor will of course provide greater detail retention when the shutter button is pressed.

No other details were shared with this post, but multiple sources leaked on Twitter suggest that the default resolution of the new device will not be 12.5 megapixels.

Images come in at 3,000 x 4,000 pixels according to Ice Universe, and it is thought a 50-megapixel 6,120 x 8,160-pixel mode will be available. A full 200-megapixel photo will be 12,240 x 16,320 pixels if you want the highest definition.

It's worth noting that if this Galaxy S23 Ultra zoom photo is true, it could have been taken with a pre-release device. This means that there will be certain tweaks and adjustments to the camera software that are not yet complete.


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