Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra teaser suggests a 200 MP camera with improved low-light performance
Although there are no numbers mentioned, one Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra teaser that surfaced in China reveals that the next-gen device will come with "megapixels that'll make you say wooow" and highlighted the fact that a "wow resolution is coming." Another warm-up video revealed that "Stunning night photos are coming" as well.
Last month, all the alleged specs of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra surfaced online thanks to the Chinese TENAA regulatory body, including references to what could be a 200 MP main camera. A set of images showing dummy units was also shared back then, so it is not surprising to hear once again that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is coming with a triple camera setup on the back. However, this time a warm-up video is involved and, although it lacks technical specs, the hints are quite obvious.
The "official warm-up video" shared earlier today on Twitter by popular leakster Ice universe (@UniverseIce) starts with the "Made for mooonlight" headline which makes it very clear that a triple camera is involved. The following sequences say "Capture the night" and "even in low light," while the final text reads "Stunning night photos are coming" before the movie moves on to a full screen "sooon" that highlights the triple-camera setup once again.
The second teaser shared by the same source focuses on the megapixel count, but without mentioning anything specific. This time, the video starts with a short "MEGA" text morphing into "megapixels that'll make you say" followed by "wooow" (another hint of a triple-camera setup), and concludes with "WOW-worthy resolution is coming" just to end with a final camera count hint, "sooon."
The official invitations to the next Galaxy launch event are rumored to arrive tomorrow, so we will probably get back to this topic then.
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