the 200 MP photo sensor will be the best on the market, especially in night mode

The Galaxy S23 Ultra’s photo sensor is already shaping up to be a small revolution in the smartphone market. If it will not be the only one with 200 MP in 2023, the leaker Ice Universe, on the other hand, ensures that it will be by far the most efficient. The shots captured in night mode would also be simply impressive, in his words.

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That’s it, the Galaxy S23 begins to be seriously talked about. We have already been entitled to the traditional design leaks of the three models as well as the performance of its Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. Then, of course, the first information on the photo side fell. Like every year, all eyes are on the sensor of the Ultra model. It must be said that this year, the 200 MP sensor of the latter has something make fans of beautiful images salivate.

This week, we learned in particular that the sensor will be entitled to an Ultra Stabilization mode, which will allow him to film extremely fluid tracking shots without third-party accessories. And this will not be its only asset. To maintain control over mobile photography, Samsung has gone all out. Visibly enough, in any case, to impress the Ice Universe leaker.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra will shine with its excellent photo sensor

The latter does not go out of his way to describe the phone. According to him, the new sensor is simply “the biggest improvement on a Samsung flagship in five years”. Just that. But then, what is so special about this famous photo sensor? Ice Universe thus explains that the latter hasoutstanding analytical powernever seen on a smartphone before.

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He goes on to say that while the sensor spec sheet is similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra, improvements in telephoto, color management and artificial intelligence algorithms are particularly notable. What make us impatient to see what the smartphone has in the belly, which, hopefully, should not take much time.

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