The Galaxy S23 Ultra is set to be unveiled on February 1 in less than two weeks, and Samsung has already started promoting its high-megapixel and low-light capabilities. In other words, the business hopes that their 200MP HP2 sensor would persuade customers that having more megapixels always has a benefit. One camera sample taken from the exact same sensor was supplied by a tipster, and even at a 12x magnification, it retains a load of details.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra is reportedly in the hands of Ice Universe, who is probably putting the flagship through its paces and will provide his thoughts after the formal announcement. He claims that the camera sample that was posted on Twitter was taken with a 200MP sensor and zoomed in at a 12x magnification. The sample is able to retain a lot of information even while Twitter’s picture reduction algorithm is in use, which would mean that Samsung made considerable upgrades to the ISOCELL HP2 sensor.
We are unsure, nevertheless, if the Galaxy S23 Ultra Ice Universe was holding while taking the sample photograph was a pre-production model or a finished device. Samsung may release a software upgrade for commercially available devices that alters how the primary back camera generates the final picture. In conclusion, there are many factors at work that we have not taken into account, and the only way to get an unbiased view is to compare this sample or any other against other devices, including the iPhone 14 Pro Max.