there is new Samsung Galaxy S23 Leak to report: This time the alleged photo taken with the S23 Ultra has been compared to similar shots taken on Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and the Google Pixel 7 Pro.
This comes from a well-known tip Ice world (Opens in a new tab) (Across note book (Opens in a new tab)), who initially posted a series of three enlarged photos of the pumpkin without naming the phones involved, and asked to vote which of the photos was the best.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra won the vote, beating this year’s Ultra version and Google’s latest flagship—but You can report for yourself Which one do you prefer? The shot taken with the Galaxy S23 Ultra definitely looks the most detailed and vibrant.
We have already I saw another picture From the same leaker purportedly from the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, so it looks like Ice Universe may have owned a unit beforehand – the phone isn’t expected to launch until February 2023.
This means that Samsung still has plenty of time to tweak its photo optimization algorithms on the S23 phones, making sure that photos and videos look the best they can be (in fact, this usually continues after the phone is released as well).
We expect the Galaxy S23 Ultra to come with a triple-lens rear camera that’s not much different than the Galaxy S22 Ultra — although There is talk It will greatly upgrade the capabilities of low-light photos.
Analysis: Cameras keep getting better
Best phones of 2022 – incl. iPhone 14 Pro And the Google Pixel 7 Pro – it can take great photos and pictures with quality you wouldn’t believe when cameras were first attached to the back of smartphones.
However, these cameras continue to improve, due to improvements in two areas: hardware (the actual sensors installed inside phones) and software (how the phone interprets and processes the information it gets from the cameras).
Google may be best known for the way its algorithms can create great-looking shots even with not-so-first-class camera sensors, but other phone makers are also busy improving their core code, including Samsung.
That’s why we’ll have to reserve judgment on the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s camera until we can actually test it out – camera specs alone won’t tell the full story, even if the main sensor gets a significant bump up to the 100MP mark.