The Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a 200-megapixel rear main camera, and that is something that we have been hearing a lot. However, aside from the main camera, you are also looking at a 12-megapixel ultra-wide and two 10-megapixel telephoto cameras; one 3x and the other 10x. The camera configuration is the same as this year's Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Samsung Seems To Be Going In Full Force With the Galaxy S23 Ultra Launch
Now, we have news that Samsung has expanded the supply chain for Galaxy S23 Ultra. Sunny Optical has joined Samsung's supply chain for the phone and will be providing the company with 12-megapixel and 10-megapixel sensors for the upcoming flagship phone, however, we are still not sure why Samsung is actually going towards another player. This could be indicative of the fact that the company is looking to sell more phones in the coming year, and having more suppliers would mitigate shortages if any.
At the moment, we do not know how many, but the South Korean tech giant is going to get their hands on the 10-megapixel periscope zoom telephoto camera and 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera from South Korea's Namuga and Samsung Electro-Mechanics.
You don't have to worry about the primary 200-megapixel camera as that will be in-house, given how it is just another variation of Samsung's ISOCELL. So, likely Samsung Electro-Mechanics will be behind it.
Looking away from the supply chain and suppliers for a moment, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be the main device that most buyers will be interested in. However, we are certain that the camera will be a powerhouse in terms of photography. Especially how there is strong evidence supporting that the phone will have a 50-megapixel mode which will allow the users to take pictures in RAW format at up to 50 megapixels, delivering much better quality and flexibility in terms of editing.
The Galaxy S23 series is said to go official sometime in February, but don't worry, we will keep you posted as we hear more and more about the upcoming flagship from Samsung.