Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Would Have A 200-Megapixel Camera And A Faster Fingerprint Sensor!

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Would Have A 200-Megapixel Camera And A Faster Fingerprint Sensor!

An alleged 200-megapixel camera could be included with the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, the rumored model’s successor.

The Galaxy S22 series was revealed by Samsung earlier this year, and the Galaxy S23 lineup is anticipated to be unveiled at some point in 2019.

On the other hand, a tipster believes that Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Max fingerprint scanning technology may also be featured on the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The Galaxy S22 Ultra’s replacement has not yet received any official announcements from the manufacturer.

Korea IT News claims that Samsung intends to equip one of its Galaxy S23 series smartphones with a 200-megapixel camera.

According to the article, which claims that Samsung’s Mobile Experience (MX) division has informed the company’s main camera partners of this knowledge, the Galaxy S23 Ultra may be the only device in the series to come with the sensor.

The article adds that Samsung has commissioned several companies to create parts for its 200-megapixel sensor and that it has communicated its development and production plans.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Would Have A 200-Megapixel Camera And A Faster Fingerprint Sensor!

 

According to the research, the only manufacturers of 200-megapixel cameras at the moment are Samsung Electro-Mechanics and Samsung Electronics. When this sensor starts showing up on comparably lower-end gadgets, the supply chain is anticipated to grow, according to the research.

A 108-megapixel sensor for the Galaxy S20 Ultra was notable as Samsung’s most recent camera improvement. A 108-megapixel primary camera was also available on the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy S22 Ultra models.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to have Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Max fingerprint scanning technology, according to tipster Alvin (@sondesix), who just tweeted this information.

The iQoo 9 Pro and the Vivo X80 Pro reportedly both use this fingerprint sensor. This sensor, according to reports, has a sizable scanning area and a quick scanning rate, which could dramatically shorten unlock times and cut down on errors while authenticating users.

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