Samsung is not stingy in terms, describing all the “advantages” of 200 megapixel ultra-high resolution mobile cameras. This was the case with the ISOCELL HP1 sensor a year ago, and also with the ISOCELL HP3 last week. However, for some reason, the Koreans are in no hurry to introduce them into their devices: the Galaxy S22 Ultra was left without a 200-megapixel camera, which could somehow be attributed to the launch of HP1 shortly before the presentation of the S22 series. However, the same fate could befall the Galaxy S23 Ultra, claims @UniverseIce leaker. According to him, the newly minted HP3 sensor will also not fall into the main Samsung camera phone in 2023.
Moreover, a similar story is unfolding with the under-display front camera (UDC), which we did not expect in the Galaxy S22 Ultra after its introduction in the Galaxy Z Fold 3. It will not be in the Galaxy S23 series either, sources in the supply chain say. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S23 and S23+ are credited with improved front cameras .
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