Updated on Nov. 13…
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone is going to defeat all its rivals with the world’s most powerful camera system this February. Earlier, alleged camera samples leaked of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, showing off major improvements in the photography, while IceUniverse now leaked one more shot, comparing it with S22 Ultra, Pixel 7 Pro.
Through Chinese microblogging site Weibo, tipster IceUniverse shared three image samples and asked users, which one is better. A few hours later, the source revealed that the shots are taken on Galaxy S23 Ultra, Galaxy S22 Ultra and Google Pixel 7 Pro respectively.
Well, it’s worth mentioning that the shots are not taken in 200MP mode on the Galaxy S23 Ultra, as noted by the tipster in a user’s comment. Ice said that all three smartphones captured the image in normal mode, still, the details and quality of the shot taken on S23 Ultra is worth noting.
Left to Right – S23U, S22U and P7P (Source – Ice Weibo)
Image of the pumpkin captured by the Galaxy S23 Ultra camera shows major improvements over its predecessor. Notably, it also defeats Google’s Pixel 7 Pro, which is gaining lots of praise because of its smart techniques based on software and machine learning.
The source pointed out that all the shots are taken in normal camera mode, which suggests neither Galaxy S23 Ultra used 200MP nor 50MP mode. ISOCELL HP2 200MP image sensor, which is under testing at Samsung seems to have notable upgrades over the two other puppies; HP1 and HP3.
Update 2 – November 13
After camera resolution, the same source claimed that the company is still working on camera optimization of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. In the current situation, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is better than its predecessor, while it’s still behind than the Pixel 7 Pro when it comes to HDR.
Update 1 – November 12
Tipster IceUniverse disclosed that the default camera resolution of the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone is 3000×4000 pixels. In the 50MP camera mode, the resolution is 6120×8160, while 12240×16320 in 200MP photo mode.
Filmed by Galaxy S22 Ultra, ‘Jackals and Fireflies’ unveiling at Samsung Unpacked
Samsung partnered with Oscar-winning writer and director Charlie Kaufman to show how you can take advantage of Galaxy flagship smartphones’ camera capabilities. Kaufman took advantage of Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra’s filming features to create a short visual art film in beautiful, crystal-clear detail.
Titled ‘Jackals and Fireflies,’ the film is based on a poem by Eva H.D. who plays the role of the poet, narrator, and lead actor in this uniquely Kaufmanesque love letter to New York City. The Nightography feature of Galaxy S22 Ultra helped photographer to capture New York’s famous night scenes.
And interestingly, Kaufman’s ‘Jackals and Fireflies’ is set to be unveiled at the Galaxy Experience Space in San Francisco during the Galaxy Unpacked on February 1, 2023. Later on, Kaufman will also present the film in New York City.
According to Kaufman, shooting with Galaxy to be an “effective approach” for bringing the film to life, and is very happy with the final result, adding that “…the finished product is beautiful.”
Breaking: Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra price drop chart may force you to wait for three months
Samsung’s going to unveil the Galaxy S23 series smartphones tomorrow, which starts at $799.99 and goes up to $1199.99 in the US. Through the Galaxy S23 reservation promotion, you can get $50 Samsung Credit for free but, this price drop prediction may force you to wait for a few months.
Idealo recently predicted that the Galaxy S23 series smartphones could see a big price drop in just three/four months after release. The analysts have also explained the authenticity of their forecast by comparing previous price drops of Samsung flagships.
According to the report, the Galaxy S23 Ultra could be 20% cheaper after only three months of release, landing at a price tag of 1,100 Euros. After this massive price drop, the speed would slow down radically and the device would be available for 1,000 Euros after at least 11 months.
Aside from this, the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus could also see a serious price drop in the initial months of release. The vanilla model’s price may drop by 10% (around 90 Euros) in just 8 weeks and could go down further by 18% (about 170 Euros) sometime after four months of release.
If you are thinking to upgrade to the Galaxy s23 Plus, the report recommends that around four months after, it will be a great time to purchase this phone to save 300 Euros from the launch price. Below, you can check the expected price of the Galaxy S23 series for Europe.
- Galaxy S23: 989 Euros
- Galaxy S23 Plus: 1,249 Euros
- Galaxy S23 Ultra: 1,449 Euros
[Download Now] Samsung Wallet makes its early debut in India, will available for download soon
The Korean tech giant has unveiled the Samsung Wallet app in India and it will soon be available for download. As of now, it has been spotted on the Play Store of Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, so this app might be the first to be released for the flagship smartphone.
Samsung Wallet app is currently not available for download, only it is listed. It is expected that the users of Galaxy devices in India will be able to download this app and enjoys its features.
Earlier this month, Samsung officially announced the expansion of the availability of the Samsung Wallet app in 8 more markets including India, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan starting in late January 2023.
So users of Samsung devices are not far away to get a better Samsung Pay app in India. To be mentioned, the Samsung Wallet app combines Samsung Pay and Samsung Pass in a sophisticated interface to store and access digital IDs, payment and loyalty cards, keys, and more.
Updated: Janaury 31, 2023
Users can now download the latest Samsung Wallet (Samsung Pay) on their Galaxy devices.
- Samsung Wallet (Samsung Pay) – Download Now