Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra camera zoom test, all colors, hands-on leaks
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra leaks in all four standard colors, camera zoom, hands-on and retail box. The inputs have emerged from different sources, showing off the upcoming flagship in all its glory including elegant colors, massive zoom, a new kind of retail box, and 8K @ 30fps.
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The Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone looks ultra-premium in all of its colors namely Black, Beige, Green and Light Pink, as well as the S Pen also matches colors, thanks to the painted top push button. Compared to current flagships, the retail box of the S23 Ultra shows the device in its original color.
100X Space Zoom
It’s now practically confirmed that the Galaxy S23 Ultra features 100X Space Zoom, thanks to optimized software and sensor enhancements for far better performance. The smartphone greatly vanishes shakes even in such a far zoom-in state – 100X.
[Alleged] Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra 100X Zoom Test #Samsung #GalaxyS23Ultra | Credits – kmcell_store [Instagram] pic.twitter.com/N12mrd2oy9
— Samsung One UI Software Updates (@SamSWUpdate) January 22, 2023
Hands-on of Green shade
Courtesy of kmcell_store of Instagram, the Galaxy S23 Ultra leaks in hands-on ahead of February 1st unveiling. The device looks pretty nice, with keeping the thickness the same as its predecessor even after 200MP camera sensor’s arrival.
Galaxy S23 Ultra in Green. pic.twitter.com/OEMkAEaKiG
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Here’s why S23 Ultra doesn’t use 1-inch camera
According to a report, Samsung MX department is not allowed to use a camera sensor bigger than 1/1.3 inches. The company reportedly believes, larger camera sensor affects overall design and internal elemental structure of the smartphone.
Rather than increasing the sensor size to 1 inch, the company found ways to improvements in its 1/1.3 inch camera sensor to enhance overall performance. Since the Korean tech giant is a global and reputed brand, it has to assure the acceptance of users worldwide, up from tech enthusiasts.
General consumers don’t want their flagship smartphone that costs over $1000 to look thicker and spoil the premium-ness. The company has not used 1-inch camera sensor in the Galaxy S23 Ultra, but the small sensor is capable of defeating all rivals with better on-paper specs.
S22 Ultra getting praised by Samsung!
Galaxy S23 series smartphones will be launching on February 1st, while the company is already praising the Galaxy s22 Ultra flagship as part of making hype for the upcoming beast. With the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the company offers super-powered, super-connected, and super-remarkable moments.
With Samsung Nightography, you show the world the beauty that was once hidden in the dark. Night Mode allows you to capture vivid, highly optimized photos and videos even in the dark. Partnership with social giants allows you to use the native camera features on third-party apps.
Samsung Galaxy S23 June 2023 Software Update: Everything we know so far
Samsung will rollout a major software update to the Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra in June 2023. Similar to hardware leaks, we get to know pretty much about the content of Samsung’s June 2023 software for the Galaxy S23 flagships.
According to rumors, Samsung June 2023 software update will not only bring the latest security patch to the Galaxy S23 lineup. There will be a lot of improvements and optimizations related to camera functionality and upgrades to the native application.
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Samsung insider IceUniverse revealed that the company has developed a 2x Portrait Mode for the Galaxy S23 Ultra. This mode pictures at 50-megapixel using the main 200-megapixel HP2 image sensor of the smartphone. It will benefit users who love taking portrait shots with depth effects.
- On June 3rd, Ice said after seeing a 2x portrait shot by S23 Ultra, that it has exceeded his expectations.
HDR vignetting is another severe problem, which often appears on select Galaxy S23 series units, which could be fixed with the next OTA. Meanwhile, the tipster has not directly claimed fixes for bananagate and photo blur-related issues on the Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra.
In a recent development, the same source revealed yet another change, which is included in the June firmware. The company will be bringing updates to the video calling function as part of quality improvements for using third-party apps like WhatsApp and Telegram.
Check more below:
Samsung Galaxy S23 June 2023 Software Update
- 2x cropping at 50-megapixel for Portrait mode
- HDR bounce/vignetting
- Camera performance increment
- Clear video calling through third-party apps
- Bananagate/blur issue – Uncertain
- June 2023 security patch
- AI mode guides – Uncertain
Samsung could start rolling out the next big camera-centric firmware to the Galaxy S23 series between May 29 and June 5th. The availability is expected to expand further gradually, with the India release speculated between May 31st and June 7th.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra 2x portrait camera delivers good results: Tipster
Samsung will release a big firmware update to the Galaxy S23 smartphones this month. Along with a number of bug fixes, the June 2023 update will come with a new 2x portrait camera mode for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, which delivers good results.
According to tipster IceUniverse, Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra running June 2023 firmware delivers good results with a 2x portrait camera. The source claimed that he has seen a sample shot, which showed good performance, and exceeded his expectations.
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It has been reported that Samsung will make use of the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 200-megapixel image sensor. For 2x cropping in portrait mode, the sensor will be utilized as a 50-megapixel camera to deliver better details and depth effects compared to the current 3x mode.
The company is preparing to begin the software update rollout to consumers. As June begins, Samsung Galaxy phones will start getting the latest firmware with newer security patches, and additional enhancements to functions such as Camera.
Blurry close-ups acknowledged
Samsung has recently confirmed that the company is aware of blurry close-ups issues on select Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus smartphones. The moderator revealed that a future software update will fix the problem, until then, users can try these steps as a temporary solution.
Samsung Galaxy will bring new innovations to consumers constantly: TM Roh
Last month, TM Roh, President and CEO of MX (Mobile Experience) division of Samsung had a session to share about the context of the mobile industry. He cited, continuously innovating and creating unique experiences is key to strengthening Samsung’s leadership position.
TM Roh said that the positive global sales of the Galaxy S23 series were achieved through a combination of several new mobile innovations developed based on user feedback. The lineup’s advanced camera features such as Nightography, smooth gaming, and One UI software are the key players.
“We will bring new innovations to consumers constantly. The entire smartphone and mobile industry will continue to grow and grow in the future,” said TM Roh.
The top Samsung executive believes that Galaxy consumers are putting reliability first in their must-haves more than ever. They are looking for more reliable products, reputable brands, and premium products that deliver a great experience.
Leading the mobile market:
- Premium quality
- Creating New Experiences and Possibilities
- Galaxy: Accessible to everyone
Dr. TM Roh further highlighted: “The business goal at Samsung Electronics Mobile Experience (MX) division is to deliver great experiences through different product segments that meet the needs of current and existing consumers and future”.
The company offers Galaxy S series devices and foldable devices to consumers looking for a premium smartphone. For consumers looking for more affordable devices and still want a 5 G-connected mobile experience, Samsung has the Galaxy A series.
Mr. TM Roh believes that the mobile market still has a lot of innovation potential in many aspects. Shape innovations, like folding phones, will enrich the entire ecosystem, spur the development of third-party apps and new user experiences, and continue to redefine the boundaries of what is possible on mobile devices.
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