Samsung is preparing to introduce its flagship Galaxy S22 smartphone series worldwide. We had a few rumours that the Galaxy S22 series would include a 200MP high-end camera sensor; however, those rumours turned out to be false, as the handsets will have a 108MP primary camera. We’ve discovered information on the Galaxy device’s 200MP sensor while exploring the web. The device is Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. Please read the entire post to learn more about it, such as Galaxy S23 Ultra specifications, release date, and price.
August 9: Galaxy S23 Ultra’s model number and codename surfaced online. The Galaxy S23 Ultra will carry codename ‘DM3’, and its model number is SM-S918.
August 2: Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will add a 200MP camera with an ISOCELL HP2 sensor.
July 28: The Galaxy S23 will not feature Exynos, says Qualcomm. Samsung may ditch the Exynos chip of the next S23 flagship series.
July 26: GalaxyClub reveals Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra may feature a 10MP periscope camera with 10x optical zoom.
June 21: GalaxyClub reveals Galaxy S23 will add a higher-res selfie camera. The brand is considering a 12MP unit for the Galaxy S23 and S23+.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Release Date
- The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will likely be released in February 2023 alongside Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+.
Samsung usually followed a similar schedule for its next generation of Galaxy S smartphones. So we can expect the Samsung Galaxy S23 lineup to be launched in February 2023 at its Unpacked event.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Price
- The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra could be priced at $1299 in the US. In the UK, the Galaxy S23 Ultra may cost £1199. In terms of Canadian pricing, the S23 Ultra may start at CAD 1699.
We don’t know anything for sure about the price of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, but we can expect it to be around the same price as the Galaxy S22 Ultra when it launched.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Specifications
- Galaxy S23 Ultra to Feature 200MP Sensor
A well-known tipster, Ice Universe, who generally has to good track record of Samsung leaks, has now mentioned something about the upcoming Galaxy S23 series. He framed a tweet and said that “Samsung has optimized the 108MP sensor for three years, and the result is better year by year, which is better than replacing the sensor frequently. It is said that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will adopt a 200MP sensor from next year, and then it will be optimized for several years.”
According to the Ice Universe, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 series, which might launch in Q1 2023, will feature a high-end 200MP camera sensor. He further mentions that it be optimized for several years, so we might expect the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S25 series to be powered by the same camera sensor. The Galaxy S22 series is clear evidence of that; the firm used a 108MP sensor for three years till the S22 series and optimized it further and further.
Only Samsung has produced a 200MP camera sensor to date, the Samsung ISOCELL HP1. Because the sensor is so powerful, it appears to be capable of top-tier low-light photography as well as 8K, 30fps video recording. When the Galaxy S23 series becomes official, we’ll learn more about the sensor and its real-world camera performance, which isn’t likely to happen anytime soon. That finishes our discussion of the Galaxy device’s impending 200MP camera sensor.
- Galaxy S23 Ultra to Feature a Massive Battery
As per Anthony, the Galaxy S23 Ultra could be packed with a massive 5500mAh battery. The S23 and S23+ will be powered by 4500mAh and 5000mAh batteries. Preparations for mass production lines have already begun.
- Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 may power S23 Ultra
Samsung Galaxy S series always adopt Qualcomm’s flagship mobile processor. So we can easily predict that Galaxy S23 Ultra will feature Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. Qualcomm will likely launch their next-generation flagship processor (Snapdragon 8 Gen 2) in December 2023.
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