Samsung may be the first smartphone maker to use an incredibly powerful image sensor. If you think the camera in the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is smart, you will love one of the rumors to be in the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. That is because, according to a new report, Samsung may be the first manufacturer to launch a new 200MP revolutionary camera. Also, this new camera sensor can be even better which we hope to see.
According to GalaxyClub, as reported by Notebookcheck.net, Samsung is working on a new 200MP CMOS sensor, the ISOCELL HP3. That means it is a successor to the world’s first 200MP sensor, Samsung’s ISOCELL HP1, which debuted in 2021. Thus, that sensor has not yet appeared in any production smartphone, although it is expected to be included in the upcoming Motorola Edge 30 Ultra. The site predicts that the HP3 will outperform the 1 / 1.22-inch HP1 sensor and specs, and will undoubtedly provide improvements in performance even.
When you look at what the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra can do with its 108MP sensor, the expectation of 200MP is more than a little surprising. And if you end up with the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra then, from what we now know about the iPhone 14 Pro, the Apple banner will let you down a lot (at least on paper). This is because the iPhone 14 Pro is currently intended to be delivered with a camera system with a primary 48MP sensor. So, if this 200MP sensor comes to the Galaxy S23 Ultra, then it will be four times that size at Apple’s flagship. Thus, megapixel monitors are not everything and on their own they do not make great camera settings – but they certainly help and are highly valued by photographers.
According to Notebookcheck.net, there are two rival rumors about Samsung’s 200MP sensor. Rumor has it that it is intended for Samsung’s next flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. But rumors number two say that the sensor will not be unlocked for Samsung at all; instead, it is a choice for the best Android phones from other manufacturers.
Both things may not be true, and it is hard to imagine Samsung giving its rivals a competitive edge that its devices will not have. So maybe there are two sensors here: one for rivals and one for Samsung itself. That seems like the most plausible explanation for me: Samsung seems to have picked things up as it could after three years of phones packing its 108MP sensor – it first appeared in the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra – so the upgrade sensor looks like that it is possible to hope. for the next three generations. It will be a while before we know for sure, though: where the Samsung Galaxy S22 was launched in February, and its replacements are not likely to be with us until the same time next year.