The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra could boast an incredible array of back cameras. The phone will include a 200MP main camera on the back, coupled with two 10MP telephoto sensors, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, and a 100x digital zoom function that may enable us to take clear pictures of the Moon. With its most recent promotional video, which was captured in vertical format and posted on YouTube, Samsung is implying its 100x zoom.
The remark “Epic nights are coming” in the promotional film also alludes to better nighttime photography. Samsung claims that “A smartphone feature called Night Mode enables you to take vivid, highly optimised photos even when it is dark outside. So you will not have to take fuzzy, washed-out night pictures.”
The 50MP primary camera and 12MP ultra-wide camera on the Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ will work together as one unit. The gadgets’ combined 30x digital zoom may not be sufficient to get good pictures of the moon however the S23 Ultra is expected to take some high-quality shots of the moon.