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It has been stated that Samsung has confirmed with its production partners that the main camera sensor on the Galaxy S23 Ultra phone will be capable of capturing images at a resolution of 200 megapixels. In addition, it is speculated that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will include a 3D Sonic Max fingerprint sensor from Qualcomm and will have an increased storage capacity.
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It would appear that Samsung is getting ready to load its Galaxy S23 Ultra flagship smartphone full of amazing treats. This will prevent the public that buys Android smartphones from being lured by anything that runs on iOS.
Better Camera Quality!
We have already reported multiple times about the 200 MP lens that is expected to land in the camera equipment of the S23 Ultra. And this has now been confirmed in a story by ET News, which indicates that Samsung Electronics’ Mobile Experience (MX) division shared verified information with major camera partners. It will install a 200-megapixel camera on the Galaxy S23 lately.
Specifications that behold attention
The camera with 200 megapixels will only be available on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra model. Still, the fact that it is being used here will result in the sensor becoming more widely used throughout the Android OEM community. But since, it takes more than a potentially hit-or-miss 200 MP camera to make a flagship smartphone the new standard. It appears that Samsung has also recruited Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Max fingerprint sensor for inclusion. This would explain why the Galaxy S8 is the first smartphone to feature both.
Advanced features in new smartphone
3D Sonic Max Fingerprint Reader
The 3D Sonic Max fingerprint reader, which will also be exclusive to the Galaxy S23 Ultra, has a broader reading area than conventional fingerprint sensors and can read two fingers simultaneously, providing a higher level of protection. It features anti-spoofing technology to guard against individuals who believe they can get beyond its advanced sensing system.
A Better Battery Life
It also may indicate that the S23 Ultra will use UFS 4.0 storage, which should not only be up to twice as fast as UFS 3.1. But should also be substantially more efficient in terms of power consumption. Having a denser battery would make it possible to increase its capacity without having to use significantly larger cells.
As if those enticing possibilities for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra weren’t enough. A new leak has come out with a handful of hazy but intriguing speculations regarding the company’s future flagship device. That is expected to be released within the first three months of 2023. Fans can also anticipate a “new battery procedure” and “faster storage” on the top-tier Galaxy handset.
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