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The Galaxy S23 Ultra zoom shot highlights shows differences among S22 Series and Pixel 7 Pro

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A possible sample zoom image from the unannounced Galaxy S23 Ultra shows improvements over the current generation Galaxy S22 Ultra and even Google’s Pixel 7 Pro.

As reported by the reliable leaker Ice Universe, Samsung has been improving the camera features available on Galaxy S23 Ultra in early 2023. The earliest reports indicate that the next flagship will feature a 200-megapixel primary camera which will permit photographs and videos with greater clarity.

It certainly appears to be the case with the test image of a pumpkin posted via the Chinese social media site Weibo. There are three models to choose from: Pixel 7 Pro, Galaxy S22 Ultra along with Galaxy S23 Ultra are pitted against each other in an example shot showing significant sharpness and color improvements on the new device.

It is evident in the images below The sharpness and contrast, colors, and texture is all in favor of the latest model. On the other hand, the photos of Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra and Pixel 7 Pro appear softer and lack the sharpness of the alleged Galaxy S23 Ultra zoom image. Unfortunately, Ice Universe needs to provide the zoom level to evaluate the two pictures. Therefore, this comparison could be unfair, even though the Galaxy S23 Ultra is the most striking image.

Another thing to note is that the Galaxy S22 Ultra has a primary sensor of 108 megapixels, whereas the Pixel 7 Pro has a 108-megapixel primary sensor. Pixel 7 Pro is at an advantage, with the primary sensor having a resolution of 50 megapixels.

The main sensor of 200 megapixels will be able to keep more details in focus when pressing the shutter.

There were no other details revealed in the post. However, the leaker has made it clear on Twitter that the default resolution won’t have 12.5-megapixels for the new gadget. Instead, images are 3,500 x 4,500 pixels following Ice Universe, suggesting that a 50-megapixel 6,120x 8160 pixel resolution is coming. A 200-megapixel photo will be 12240×16320 pixels should you look for the most high-quality.

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