On regular basis, leaks and speculations about the Samsung Galaxy S23 lineup models continue to circulate, with the most recent rumor suggesting that the photo and video recording abilities of these best flagship phones will be improved.
S22 8K 24fps→S23 8K 30fps
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 9, 2022
Ice Universe, a proven leaker, claims that the upcoming Galaxy S23 phones would record the 8K video at 30 fps. If this rumor is true, it will a nice improvement over the previous 24 fps among all three Galaxy S22 handsets. Although the increase in resolution to 8K may not seem like much, it will undoubtedly be appreciated by viewers when a growing number of films adopt it. The 2023 top-of-the-line models will have a more fluid video experience.
Furthermore, Ice Universe claims that the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s daylight images will be “crystal clear,” with “full depth” and “increased saturation.” There isn’t a tonne of detail, but it seems whole back up what we’ve heard regarding the Samsung Galaxy S23 lineup, namely that the Ultra phone’s camera would produce considerably higher-quality photos and videos than the other two.
Compared with S22 Ultra, the characteristics of S23 Ultradaily daytime photos are clearer, with better details and higher saturation.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 10, 2022
According to prior reports, Ice Universe appears to have advanced access to a Galaxy S23 device or at least the photographic results captured by its back shooters. The release of the next smartphones is anticipated for February 2023.
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Camera is Improving
The camera quality of mobile phones has advanced to the point where it is challenging for companies to make great improvements in technology each year. When it comes to taking pictures and recording videos, it appears that the Galaxy S23 will only receive minor tweaks.
In this year’s lineup, the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus triple-lens 50MP+12MP+10MP primary cameras with 3x optical zoom. In contrast, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra was the best of the bunch thanks to its quad-lens camera on the back with 108+12+10+10 megapixels and 10x optical zoom.
Speculation for the coming year suggests the Ultra variant might include a 200MP main sensor, which would undoubtedly result in major enhancements for both low-light and telephoto shots. While this may be the case, it appears that not all of the cameras in the back are being updated.
Fewer rumors have surfaced concerning a possible camera bump for the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus. The rumor mill suggests there will be no substantial hardware upgrade, although there is always room for improvement on the software end.