Samsung for the first time since 2019 will take on the front camera in the Galaxy S23

In 2019, the Galaxy S10 flagship family saw the light of day, which for the first time received a 10-megapixel front camera instead of the 8-megapixel one of the Galaxy S9. Since then, this component has remained unchanged, except for the Ultra variant with a 40-megapixel selfie camera that debuted in the Galaxy S20 series. GalaxyClub today reported that Samsung is seriously considering switching to a 12-megapixel module in the Galaxy S23, which will be shown early next year. There is no relevant data on the fate of the 40-megapixel front camera in the Galaxy S23 Ultra.

Samsung впервые с 2019 года возьмется за фронталку в Galaxy S23

Unfortunately, the source does not have information about whether the Koreans were driven to take action against the front camera by a firm and clear intention to switch to a sub-screen front camera. The same goes for optical image stabilization, which has been talked about for quite some time. I must say, given the difficulties in the production of under-screen front cameras, it is unlikely that younger models will be able to get it next year, so if this technology is destined to go to the masses, then only the Galaxy S23 Ultra. In the coming months, clarity on all these issues will be made.

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Courtesy of GalaxyClub.nl

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