This comes from a famous tip Ice universe (opens in a new tab) (through the Check the notebook (opens in a new tab)), who originally posted a series of three enlarged pumpkin photos without naming the phones involved, asking to vote on which one was the best.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra won the vote, beating out this year’s Ultra version and Google’s latest flagship – but You can decide for yourself which one do you prefer. Photos taken by the Galaxy S23 Ultra phone definitely look the most detailed and vivid.
We’ve been saw another photo from the same leaker allegedly from the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, so it looks like Ice Universe may have got a hold of a unit in advance – the handset is expected to launch until February 2023 .
That means Samsung still has plenty of time to tweak the image optimization algorithms on the S23 phones and ensure that photos and videos look as good as possible (in fact, this often goes on after phone is released).
We’re expecting the Ultra version of the Galaxy S23 to come with a triple rear camera that’s not too different from the one on the Galaxy S22 Ultra – though have a talk that the ability to take low light photos will be significantly improved.
Analysis: cameras continue to improve
The best handsets of 2022 – included iPhone 14 Pro and Google Pixel 7 Pro – can take amazing photos, images of a quality you would hardly believe when the camera is first attached to the back of a smartphone.
However, these cameras are constantly getting better and that is due to improvements in two areas: hardware (the actual sensors fitted inside the phone) and software (the way the phone behaves). interpret and process the information it receives from the camera).
It’s that Google is perhaps best known for how their algorithms can produce stunning shots even with non-end-to-end camera sensors, but other phone makers are also doing their best. busy improving their core code, including Samsung.
That’s why we’ll have to reserve our review of the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s camera until we can actually test it – the camera specs alone won’t tell us the whole story, right even if the main sensor has a big shock up to the 100MP mark.