According to a source, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, the rumored successor to the Galaxy S22 Ultra, may include a 200-megapixel camera.
Samsung debuted the Galaxy S22 series earlier this year, and the Galaxy S23 range was anticipated to debut sometime in 2019.
Meanwhile, a report suggests that Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Max fingerprint scanning technology may also be included in the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
The firm has yet to provide information on the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s replacement formally.
According to a report by Korea IT News, Samsung intends to include a 200-megapixel camera on one of the Galaxy S23 series smartphones.
According to the source, Samsung’s Mobile Experience (MX) division has informed the company’s main camera partners that the Galaxy S23 Ultra would be the only device in the series to include the sensor.
The article claims that Samsung has conveyed its research and manufacturing plans and has contracted with several companies to manufacture components for its 200-megapixel sensor.
According to the research, the only companies now making 200-megapixel cameras are Samsung Electro-Mechanics and Samsung Electronics.
According to the analysis, the supply chain is anticipated to grow when this sensor begins to emerge on comparably lower-end devices.
Notably, the 108-megapixel sensor on the Galaxy S20 Ultra was the most recent camera improvement from Samsung. A 108-megapixel primary camera was also included on the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy S22 Ultra models.
Alvin, a source for Samsung, recently tweeted that the Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to include Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Max fingerprint scanning technology.
According to reports, the iQoo 9 Pro and the Vivo X80 Pro include this fingerprint sensor. According to reports, this sensor has a large scanning area and a quick scanning rate, which might considerably shorten unlock times and lower mistakes while authenticating users.