Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra camera samples surfaces online – Smartprix

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has been making the headlines for a long time now. Pretty recently, the camera sample of the device have been surfaced online, and it has been compared to Pixel 7 Pro and Galaxy S22 Ultra. As per the expectations, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series is all set to hit the market by the first half of 2023. The camera samples seem like they have been cropped from full photographs still the details are accurate. In comparison to the Google Pixel 7 Pro images, the image samples from Samsung appear a little more saturated, while the latter’s images seem normal.

The photograph of a pumpkin has been taken from all three smartphones, including Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, Google Pixel 7 Pro, and the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. Now, comparing these three photographs, we can clearly see that the colour saturation of the photo clicked from Galaxy S23 Ultra while the Google Pixel 7 Pro’s image looked natural.

We can say that the Galaxy S23 Ultra delivered better images than the other two smartphones. Rumours also have it that the latest Samsung flagship will ship with a 200MP primary shooter. However, we can’t say with certainty about the features we will see in Galaxy Ultra S23 as of now. On a conclusive note, one thing is clear, Samsung is focusing more on the optiocs of the upcoming device.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra expected specifications

The Samsung Galaxy S23 could flaunt a 200MP primary shooter with three different shooting modes, including a 12MP default mode, along with a 50MP secondary shooter, and a complete 200MP mode. The smartphone’s primary sensor will have a 16-in-1 binning of 200MP that will produce 12.5MP images. The primary camera of the device will be able to capture photographs with 12,240×16,320 pixels resolution in the full 200MP mode. The second-mentioned mode will be able to produce images with 6120×8160 pixels resolution. Other information regarding the smartphone is still under wraps, and we expect to know more about the handset before its launch.

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