New report brings unexciting Samsung Galaxy S23 camera news
Same old zoom action?
Yes, ladies and gents, the “regular” Galaxy S23 and the S23 Plus are expected (at least for the time being) to stick to a veeeery familiar-sounding 10MP telephoto sensor equipped with advanced 3X optical zoom technology.
Naturally, it’s far too early to know the sensor’s make and model, but we would definitely not be shocked if Samsung ended up employing the exact 10-megapixel camera as on the S22 and S22+ again. If that doesn’t prove to be the case, certain evolutionary improvements are possible (not to mention software optimizations and so on), but either way, there are almost surely no major upgrades in the pipeline… in this department at least.
This is the Galaxy S22 in (3x optical zoom) action.
Sadly, the S23, S23+, and the S23 Ultra are all tipped to retain the primary rear-facing camera of their direct predecessors, leaving the ultra-wide-angle lens as the lone key component of the family’s entire imaging system with a (small) chance of getting a truly notable upgrade.
In theory, the S23 Ultra’s mysterious telephoto lens(es) could also gain major new technologies and make significant megapixel jumps, but in reality, it seems unlikely that we’ll get more than 10 + 10MP and up to 10x optical zoom.
So what big Galaxy S23 changes can you expect?
Because it’s too early for S23 images, here’s the Galaxy S22 again.