According to a Twitter member, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra camera should have an Ultra Stabilization mode. A feature that will probably justify the difference with the “basic” models.
We can no longer wait for the successors of the Galaxy S22. It must be said that the Galaxy Fold 4 and Galaxy Flip 4, the most original models from the South Korean manufacturer are now on the market, and for lovers of beautiful Android smartphones, there’s not much to get their teeth into.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra will have the difficult task of succeeding what some consider to be the king of Android smartphones: the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. With its excellent autonomy, perhaps the best screen on the market, and its photo part at the top, it is difficult to fault the top of the range from Samsung. If the general opinion, the Galaxy S23 will only represent a incremental evolution of the range, they will still undergo some small changes. A little recap is therefore in order, because the leaks concerning the Galaxy S23 continue to arrive in dribs and drabs.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a software image stabilizer
As has been the case since the Galaxy S21, the Galaxy S23 will have a Dynamic AMOLED 2X display HDR10+ compatible with a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz on all models. One of the processors available will most likely be a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. The Galaxy S23 Ultra should retain the slot for the stylus adopted by its predecessor. Its design should be less curved, which will be especially visible on the edges of the device. The lenses on the back will be as prominent as on the Galaxy S22 and thus form three independent islands. The sensors, on the other hand, will be more discreet because they are integrated into the hull.
Since we’re in the photo department, let’s talk about the leak of the day, which concerns the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. The camera of the latter should benefit from a Ultra Stabilization mode. If performance follows, that means S23 Ultra users will be able to shoot Extremely fluid travelings without the need for a gimbal or other stabilizing accessory. All this information is obviously to be taken in the conditional. Samsung has made a habit of presenting its new Galaxy S during Unpacked events. These are usually held in the month of February. We therefore have almost 4 months to wait to have confirmation of the technical sheets of the new Galaxy S23.