Samsung won’t let Xiaomi go: Galaxy S23 Ultra keeps up

Samsung wird in einigen Monaten mit dem Galaxy S23 Ultra sein neues High-End-Smartphone mit Stift vorstellen. Wie jetzt bekannt wurde, will das südkoreanische Unternehmen dort erstmals auf einen brandneuen Kamerasensor setzen, den die Konkurrenz schon nutzt. Samsung könnte trotzdem im Vorteil sein.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra expected with a 200 MP camera

Samsung has already introduced two generations of 200 MP sensors for smartphones but has not yet installed them itself. Motorola relies on Samsung’s 200 MP camera for the Edge 30 Ultra, and Xiaomi will most likely also switch to it soon with the 12T Pro. Samsung is supposed to follow suit next year and thus say goodbye to the 108 MP camera. The Galaxy S23 Ultra is also supposed to get a 200 MP camera (source: GalaxyClub).

It is currently still unclear whether it will be the second generation as we know it now, or whether Samsung might unveil a new generation, especially for the Galaxy S23 Ultra. After all, the 200 MP sensor would be a bit old then. In the end, it is the software and what it can get out of the sensor that counts anyway. And Samsung works on a very high level. Accordingly, the expectations for the new top smartphone are high, especially since it would be the first change of the main camera in years.

Samsung’s 200 MP camera can do that:

What else will change in the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra?

According to current rumors, Samsung will install a new processor in the Galaxy S23 Ultra, adapt the design a bit so that the smartphone looks even more bezel-less, and the battery will still have a capacity of 5,000 mAh. It also remains that the S Pen will be inserted into the casing. Samsung had abandoned the Note series and integrated it into the Ultra model of the S series. The presentation could take place a bit earlier since Samsung wants to react faster to Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro.


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