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Samsung S23 Ultra Cameras better than S22 Ultra

A tipster under the name Ice Universe revealed some specs about the new S23 Ultra prototype.

Ice Universe said that the phone is still in the manufacturing phase, but the prototype shows some promising results.

They also added that the phone won’t release for the next few months.

Samsung has finally decided to power up their phone with a 200MP camera.

The Samsung S23 Ultra will be the 1st Samsung phone with a 200MP camera.

Ice Universe said that it won’t come with 200MP ISOCELL sensors, but have a new design with 1/1.3″, 0.6 m.

The 200MP primary camera will be supported by a 50MP instead of the rumored 12.5MP and 200MP camera setup.

Talking about the cameras other than the 200MP primary camera, Galaxy S23 will have the old telephoto cameras of the 2022 Ultra.

The company decided to improve the image processing and the S23 Ultra will deliver a better-quality image (according to the Ice Universe).

The Samsung S23 Ultra has an expected date of January or February 2023.

Samsung will keep on updating the camera quality even after the launch.

All these details are just for the beginner, the final quality of the cameras will surpass any other phone in the market.

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