Samsung keeps the excitement high for Galaxy S23 series by releasing the video that boast its zoom capacity

Samsung is teasing its users all across the world with various videos of the S23 series. It is continuously releasing videos that show the incredible zooming capacity of this series phone. The Galaxy S23 series will be launched during the Galaxy Unpacked event that will occur on Feb 1. This time it has released a 13-second video that begins by showing off the surface of the moon. Further in the video two rovers can be seen on opposite sides of the video with three circular craters on the surface of the moon and Z, M made by the rover. This whole meant ZOOM that Samsung is teasing for a few days. The three craters or the spots turn into the camera showcasing the zooming capacity of the phone. This is an exaggeration of the camera’s capabilities but still, something incredible is to come.


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Earlier Samsung released a video in which it highlighted the Moon Zoom camera capability. For zooming, the Galaxy  S23 Ultra smartphone uses the same camera sensors as Galaxy S22 Pro. And if we talk about the capability of the Sony IMX sensors they are capable of taking clear images at 3X and 10X optical zoom. And this zooming can be done up to 100X using the software of the phone.




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