Galaxy S23 Ultra: The 200MP sensor will be almost the same size as the 108MP

Its rumored 200 MP sensor Galaxy S23 Ultra it looks like it will be only slightly larger than the S22 Ultra’s 108MP unit.

That’s according to well-known leaker Ice Universe, who says he’s 100 percent sure the S23 Ultra’s 200MP primary camera will be 1/1.3-inch in size with 0.6μm pixels and a larger f/1 aperture. 7 for more light.

By comparison, the S22 Ultra’s 108MP sensor is 1/1.33-inch with 0.8µm pixels and an f/1.8 aperture.

He adds that it will be only slightly larger than the iPhone 14 Pro’s 48MP primary camera, which he says is also 1/1.3-inch. And there’s a chance it’ll be smaller than the sensors on some competing Android phones coming out next year.

As seen in its anti-Apple ads, Samsung is more focused on maintaining its lead over the iPhone maker. Apple and Google have proven that higher resolutions are not the goal, but are generally better for professional users as they give them more options.

Megapixels are still considered by many buyers as the benchmark for deciding how good a camera is. However, there are many factors that affect image quality besides megapixels, including sensor size, because a larger sensor can hold more pixels and capture more detail.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra is rumored to retain the S22 Ultra’s 10MP telephoto sensors with 10x and 3x optical zoom. Nothing has been known about the ultrawide camera yet.

The phone is said to have largely the same dimensions as its predecessor, but may have a slightly boxier design. It is also expected to have a 6.8-inch display and a 5,000mAh battery. It will likely run on the rumored Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which will reportedly be more efficient than the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC.


Source: Techblog by techblog.gr.

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