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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra may be the new king of night photography

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra may be the new king of night photography

Samsung is expected to introduce Galaxy S23 mobile phones on February 1, of which the Ultra version will naturally be the most popular. According to recent news, the new flagship will make a huge breakthrough in the field of night photography, and it will almost have “night vision” capabilities.

We have already read several times that the Galaxy S23 Ultra comes with a completely renewed camera system, the main sensor of which will have a 200 MP solution, in principle, a further development of ISOCELL HP1. A well-known leaker has now drawn attention to the fact that the mobile phone will be able to take amazing night photos, easily deserving of the “night vision camera” label.

He is currently the king of night photography Vivo X90 Pro +, which uses a huge 1-inch Sony IMX989 sensor, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to take at least this quality of night photos, but it may even outperform the Vivo phone. It is worth waiting for the first tests.

Of course, not only the main sensor will be special in the new Samsung phone, there is also a 10MP periscope module capable of 10x optical zoom, a 10MP portrait camera with 3x zoom, and a 12MP wide-angle camera. In terms of video recording, of course, we get 8K resolution at 30fps.

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