The camera on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to be the same as on the Galaxy S22.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 is expected to be the next flagship smartphone series from the South Korean company. Rumors and leaks about the smartphone series have begun in droves. According to a source, the Galaxy S23 series handsets will be nearly identical in size to the Galaxy S22 handsets. The source also claims that the phones in both series will have the same screen size and resolution. According to reports, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have the same rear camera design as the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Ice Universe shared a post on Weibo with information and a comparison of the dimensions of the Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S22 series. The Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S23 smartphones, according to the tip, will have the same screen size — 6.1 inches — and resolution — 1,080×2,340 pixels. However, there may be minor variations in the dimensions. The Galaxy S22 is 146.0×70.6×7.6mm in size, while the Galaxy S23 is 146.3×70.9×7.6mm in size.
Similarly, the Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S23+ smartphones are said to have the same 6.6-inch screen size and resolution (1,080×2,340 pixels). There may be minor differences in the dimensions. The Galaxy S22+ has dimensions of 157.4×75.8×7.64mm, while the Galaxy S23+ has dimensions of 157.8×76.2×7.6mm.
Finally, the screen size and resolution of the Galaxy S22 Ultra and Galaxy S23 Ultra are claimed to be the same: 6.8-inches and 1,440×3,088 pixels, respectively. The Galaxy S22 Ultra measures 163.3×77.9×8.9mm, while the S23 Ultra is said to be 163.4×78.1×8.9mm.
The news comes just a few days after the same source claimed that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a rear camera module that looks and feels like its predecessor, the Galaxy S22 Ultra. It has four cameras, including a 108-megapixel primary camera, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with a 120-degree field of view, and two 10-megapixel sensors. The main camera sensor on the Galaxy S23 could be 200 megapixels.
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