The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is rumored to have a 200MP camera with an entirely new ISOCELL sensor. And today we have more info from noted leakster IceUniverse, who has a great track record when it comes to Samsung.
According to him, the new 200MP camera is “100% confirmed” to have 0.6µm pixels on a 1/1.3” sensor with an f/1.7 aperture in front.
This is different from the ISOCELL HP1 or ISOCELL HP3 modules – the current 200MP camera sensors on the market. The HP1 size is 1/1.22″ with 0.64µm pixels, while the HP3 is 1/1.4″ with 0.56µm pixels, so the new sensor will fit between them.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra will inherit the camera design from the S22 Ultra and will keep the existing 10MP periscope module from the predecessor which is actually two years old, as it initially appeared on the S21 Ultra. Other rumors suggest a 5,000mAh battery and a larger fingerprint scanner but there are still months until the official launch, so a lot of things could change until Samsung launches its 2023 flagships.