The next Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will allegedly include a 200MP primary camera sensor, a significant improvement above the 108MP sensor seen on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The individual picture size variations between the two cameras, according to one tipper, are not all that different.
According to information provided by Ice Universe, each picture taken with the 200MP camera on the Galaxy S23 Ultra is supposed to have a resolution of 12240 x 16320. It is important to notice that the previous resolution is scarcely different from a picture taken by the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s 108MP camera, even if the tipster does not disclose where he found such information.
For contrast, the 108MP sensor can record a picture with a maximum resolution of 9000 x 12000, using around 14.21MB of storage space. The 200MP sensor on the Galaxy S23 Ultra can record photos of various sizes. The first picture released by Ice Universe has a resolution of 12240 x 16320 and a file size of 20.98MB, while the second image, which has the same resolution but a file size of 37.06MB, is also released by Ice Universe.
The tipster predicts that the picture size will range from 20MB to 40MB as a result. Although we are unsure of the compression methods Samsung is using to dramatically lower the size of each 200MP photograph, we really hope that the image quality is not compromised.
Due to the smaller housing, it is becoming less profitable to utilize high-megapixel-count sensors in smartphones, which encourages manufacturers like Samsung to use tiny sensors. We don’t know whether the Korean juggernaut is included a 200MP sensor in the Galaxy S23 Ultra as a marketing ploy or if the forthcoming flagship can surpass it as the world’s next picture and video-capture powerhouse.