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Recently, tipster IceUniverse revealed important Galaxy S22 Ultra camera specifications. Now, the source shared more information regarding the camera capabilities of the top variant of the upcoming Galaxy S series.
S22 Ultra camera 100% accuracy
108MP Main camera
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) October 26, 2021
Launched back in January 2021, the Galaxy S21 is Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone lineup to date. As the Galaxy S is the company’s camera focussed lineup, the Galaxy consumers are expecting big camera upgrades with the next range.
Recently, reliable tipster IceUniverse revealed some important information related to the camera specs/capabilities of the Galaxy S22 Ultra. According to the leak, the top variant of the next Galaxy S lineup will feature a slightly improved 108MP primary camera sensor (1/33-inch) with 0.8µm pixels and an F1.8 aperture.
In addition to the 108MP sensor, the Galaxy S22 Ultra camera specs include a 12MP ultrawide camera sensor from Sony (1/2.55-inch), featuring 1.4µm pixels and an F2.2 aperture. Besides, the device will also have two 10MP (1/3.52-inch) Sony sensors, one with 3x optical zoom and the other with a 10x optical zoom.
Apart from this, previously, it is reported that the upcoming Galaxy S22 series will introduce the next Exynos flagship processor with AMD GPU. Also, the Galaxy S22 Ultra might have a dedicated slot for inserting the S Pen stylus just like a Galaxy Note phone.
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S22 Ultra camera
108mp Improved version of HM3 main 1 / 1.33 "0.8 um F1.8 FOV 85
12MP 0.6X sony 1/2.55" 1.4um F2.2 FOV 120
10MP 10X new sony 1/3.52" 1.12um F4.9 FOV 11
10MP 3X new sony 1/3.52" 1.12um F2.4 FOV 36
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) October 26, 2021
Samsung Galaxy S23 to feature 8K recording at 30 fps
Samsung’s next-gen flagship smartphone lineup could finally bring a significant upgrade in terms of video recording. As per the latest input, the Galaxy S23 is likely to introduce 8K video recording capability at 30 fps. If this leak is correct, it will be noted as a big upgrade when it comes to camera.
IceUniverse, through his cryptic Tweet, revealed that the Galaxy S23 smartphone will feature 8K video recording at 30 fps (frame per second). Do note that the current Galaxy S22 flagship allows you to record 8K high-res videos only at 24 fps (7680×4320).
Earlier this year, the Korean tech giant introduced the Galaxy S22 smartphone lineup. The device allows you to record 8K videos at 24 fps (7680×4320), 4K UHD videos at 60 fps (3840×2160), 1080p FHD videos at 60 fps (1920×1080) and 720p HD video at 30 fps (1280×720).
Samsung could launch the Galaxy S23 series in the first week of February 2023 at an in-person Galaxy Unpacked event in San Francisco, United States. As we are still away from the tentative launch timeline, more leaks and rumors will continue to come.
Samsung Galaxy S23 key features revealed in possible specs sheet
Samsung is rapidly working on its next flagship smartphone lineup. Ahead of the official launch, a tipster revealed a possible specs sheet, revealing some of the key features of the Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphone.
According to IceUniverse, Samsung Galaxy S23 key specs include a 120Hz OLED display panel with 2340×1080 pixel resolution with up to 1500 nits peak brightness and 240Hz PWM (PWM reduces display luminance).
Under the hood, the device will use Qualcomm’s 4nm process-based Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, worldwide. However, it’s rumored that the Galaxy S23 phones may equip an overclocked variant of 8 Gen 2.
In terms of memory, the standard Galaxy S23 could come with 8GB RAM along with 128GB and 256GB of internal storage. BTW, the tipster compared S23’s pricing and specs against the iQOO 11 smartphone.
Coming to the battery, Ice claims the Galaxy S23 phone features 3900mAh battery, which can be charged with 25W fast charger. On the flip side, iQOO’s phone features 5000mAh battery along with charging support of up to 120W.
Lastly, the leak included information about the possible primary camera sensor of the Galaxy S23. Not interestingly, the standard model apparently uses a 50MP ISOCELL GN2 camera sensor, while the price could start at $799.
Tipster says, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 could copy Oppo Find N2 Flip design, but could not be better
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 is here with lots of internal improvements, but users are now expecting to see some design changes with the next year’s Galaxy Z Flip 5. And, it seems like the Korean company will fulfill users’ expectations.
A recent information by renowned tipster Ice Universe states that Samsung could copy Oppo Find N2 Flip design for the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 5 smartphone. The company could change its Flip’s hinge and make it more like the Find N2 Flip’s water drop type.
The leakster further informs that Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 will come with a larger cover display similar to Oppo’s 3.26 inches cover display. Although he hasn’t told the Flip 5’s cover screen size clearly, a previous report claims that it will be 3.0 inches.
It’s also notable that the Galaxy Flip phones have a horizontal cover screen placed beside the camera. Whereas, the Oppo Flip phone has a vertical cover display that covers a half portion of the rear side of the device and we might see a similar change in the Flip 5 next year.
Despite these design improvements, the tipster Ice Universe also says that the Korean company still can’t beat Oppo in some compartments, such as the battery. Samsung will bring an improved battery life for the Flip 5 smartphone but it not be as powerful as the Find N2 Flip.
It is expected that the Galaxy Z Flip5 will imitate the design of OPPO Find N2 Flip, the hinge will be changed to the water drop type used by OPPO, the external screen will be similar to OPPO’s 3.26" screen, and the battery may also increase, but it may still not surpass OPPO
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 8, 2022