Samsung’s upcoming flagship range, Galaxy S23, has been in reports for the past few days. It will get three variants as usual- Vanilla, Plus, and Ultra. Its Ultra variant is reported to have a 200 MP camera sensor. Recently, Galaxy S23 Ultra devices’ captured images have come to the fore compared to Galaxy S22 Ultra and Pixel & pro. These images clearly define that Galaxy S23 Ultra’s capture quality is far better than those mentioned devices.
On the Chinese social media network Weibo, “IceUniverse” has shared three images of a pumpkin, which are respectively clicked by the Galaxy S23 Ultra, Galaxy S22 Ultra, and Pixel 7 pro devices. The respective images are captured by the primary cameras, and for a clear look, they have cropped and zoomed in that images. It is expected that the image captured by Galaxy S23 Ultra, maybe a simple shot of a 200 MP camera sensor.
If we compare all those images, we will find that the images captured by Galaxy S22 Ultra and Galaxy S23 Ultra have a more saturated color than the image captured by Pixel 7 pro. The images of Galaxy S22 Ultra and Pixel 7 pro are good on their own but look basic to stand against the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s shot. As the device has yet to be released and is currently running on pre-release firmware, its camera quality will improve after its release.
Coming to the Galaxy S23 Ultra device, as per the previous leaks, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will get a triple camera setup on the back. It is also reported to get Samsung’s own 200 MP camera sensor in it, whose megapixel counts are nearly double of its predecessor’s 108 MP camera sensor. Besides this, the device will have a 12MP Ultra-wide camera and a 10MP telephoto camera on its back.
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