It appears Samsung is getting ready to pack its flagship Galaxy S23 Ultra device with tantalising treats to deter Android smartphone buyers from being seduced by anything operating on iOS. We have previously reported on the 200 MP lens that is anticipated to be included in the S23 Ultra’s camera system, and an ET News report has now verified this.
Recently, the Mobile Experience (MX) division of Samsung Electronics provided verified information on its plans to equip the Galaxy S23 with a 200-megapixel camera with major camera partners.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra to feature the same camera design as its predecessor … Via @gsmarena_com… #Tech… #Smartphones #Blog https://t.co/xwdpTZF2kn pic.twitter.com/Z348rs7bdh
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Although it appears that the 200-megapixel camera is only intended for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra variant, its use here will also lead to a greater adoption of the sensor by the Android OEM community. But a flagship smartphone needs more than just a dubious 200 MP camera to become the new standard, so it appears Samsung has also enlisted Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Max fingerprint sensor for inclusion.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra will be the only device to receive the 3D Sonic Max fingerprint reader because it has a larger reading area than other sensors and can simultaneously read two fingers. This increases security. Alvin (@sondesix), the source, noted that it is already included in devices like the Vivo X80 Pro and iQOO 9 Pro and features anti-spoofing technology to deter individuals who believe they can circumvent its sophisticated sensing system.
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If there weren’t enough intriguing possibilities for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, a different leaker has provided a few more hazy but intriguing rumours regarding the upcoming flagship, which is anticipated to appear in the first quarter of 2023. Fans can also anticipate a “new battery procedure” and “faster storage” in the top-tier Galaxy handset, according to Anthony (@TheGalox_). This may indicate that the S23 Ultra will have UFS 4.0 storage, which should be up to twice as fast and far more energy-efficient than UFS 3.1. Higher capacities would be possible with a denser battery without the use of larger cells.