Samsung Galaxy S23 series teasers give us a sneak peek into its camera

Samsung’s next flagship series, the Galaxy S23, is set to be unveiled on February 1. The upcoming Galaxy S23 series is expected to come with quite a few improvements, and among them, the camera setup is also in for some upgrades, as per the teasers posted by the company.
The two teasers show an array of three cameras, having separate cutouts with a silver ring around them, similar to what we have been hearing, and also seen in the leaked renders. The modules could be representing the main, ultrawide, and telephoto cameras of the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+, since the Galaxy S23 Ultra is rumoured to have a 10x telephoto camera.
Samsung teases 200MP camera of Galaxy S23 Ultra

One teaser says that “wow-worthy resolution is coming” with “megapixels that’ll make you say wooow.” This could be a teaser of the rumoured 200MP coming with the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which would offer better details than the 108MP camera on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ are expected to have a 50MP main camera.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra expected to come with ‘astrophotography mode’

The second video says, “stunning night photos are coming” with cameras that are “made for moonlight.” The Galaxy S23 series is expected to include an astrophotography mode so the video could be hinting the same. The Galaxy S22 series had a night mode, but there was no dedicated astrophotography mode within the stock camera app.
The Galaxy S23 series is rumoured to come with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, with no whatsoever model powered by an Exynos processor. Further, if the rumours are to be believed, the Galaxy S23 Ultra would feature a new OLED panel that would offer a brightness level of as much as 2000 nits.



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