Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra to reportedly offer better image stabilisation and camera

Samsung has confirmed its Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event for February 1. At the event, the company is expected to announce its flagship smartphones — Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra alongside a couple of other products like Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Book and more. Now, a new leak has surfaced online that suggests image stabilisation and overall camera improvements.
Well-known tipster Ice Universe has dropped some new details about the improvements that Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to offer over its predecessor, Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The tweet reads, “Galaxy S23 Ultra noteworthy details have been improved: 1. Speaker sound quality, especially bass, has been improved; 2. Focus problem is no longer a problem; 3. Excellent anti-shake 4. Excellent microphone.
According to the tweet, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will come with improved speakers, especially the bass output. For those who don’t know, the Galaxy S22 Ultra features a dual speaker setup and offers really good sound output. Ice Universe claims that Galaxy S23 Ultra will offer a better sound output in terms of bass.
Additionally, the smartphone is also expected to come with improved microphones than its predecessor.
Apart from that, the tweet also highlights that the “Focus problem is no longer a problem”. The tipster does not exactly reveals what sort of focus improvements Galaxy S23 Ultra will offer. We assume that it can be in regards to faster and much accurate focus.
At last, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is also expected to offer better image stabilisation.
Talking about the feature the Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to retain the same design language as the Galaxy S22 Ultra. However, their handset is expected to offer a better camera and performance. To be more specific, the S23 Ultra is speculated to be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and feature a 200MP camera.



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