Galaxy S23 Ultra may take low-light photography to a new level

Galaxy S23 Ultra may take low-light photography to a new level


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Leaks and rumors so far have suggested that Samsung is making a camera beast in the Galaxy S23 Ultra. It could be the smartphone camera to beat this year. A fresh rumor has further hinted that the new Samsung flagship will take smartphone photography up a notch. Tipster Ice Universe says the Galaxy S23 Ultra can capture so good low-light photos as it it has “night vision.”

We don’t yet have a camera sample to look at. But any notable improvement over the Galaxy S22 Ultra should be enough to make the new Samsung flagship a low-light photography champion. The current Ultra can already capture excellent night photos, better than most smartphones out there. But newer devices like the Vivo X90 Pro+ appear to have edged it a little. The Korean firm may retake the crown next month, at least if we are to go by the latest rumor.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra isn’t just about low-light camera performance, of course. It will equip a 200MP primary rear camera, so daylight photos will also capture a lot more detail than most competing phones. We have already seen a few samples from the upcoming phone, and it’s looking quite promising so far. Quality improvement over the Galaxy S22 Ultra is phenomenal, even with an in-development camera software under the hood.

Moreover, there are also hints of Samsung equipping the new flagship with sensor-shift camera stabilization technology. This should help make videos more stable even if you don’t use a stand or tripod. The zoom cameras (3X and 10X) and the ultrawide lens, meanwhile, are said to mostly remain unchanged. The Galaxy S23 Ultra may feature the same sensors found on its predecessor. However, Samsung may still improve image quality with software and algorithmic improvements. We shall find out soon.

The Galaxy S23 series may soon appear in a major leak

Samsung is rumored to launch the Galaxy S23 series on February 1. If true, we are now less than a month away from the official unveiling of the new Galaxy flagships. Ahead of that, the devices have expectedly become the talk of the tech town. Leaks about the Galaxy S23 trio are now coming thick and fast. And if history is any indication, a major leak shouldn’t be too far away, revealing everything we need to know about the next-gen Samsung flagships, including the release dates and pricing. The company hasn’t been good at plugging leaks in recent years. We will keep you posted.

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