Samsung has unveiled its Flagship Smartphone, Galaxy S23 series on 1st February. While the Galaxy S23 Ultra is the first phone to sport a 200MP sensor. The Galaxy S23 Ultra comes with an in-house ISOCELL HP2 sensor, essentially a 1/1.3-inch sensor with a 0.6-pixel size.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Comes With the stellar 200MP camera
The Samsung Galaxy Galaxy S23 Ultra features a 10MP 3x telephoto lens, a quad-camera setup consisting of a 12MP ultra-wide angle lens, and another 10MP periscope zoom lens with 10x optical zooming capabilities. In 4 cameras the primary 200MP camera is the primary highlight of the Samsung Galaxy Ultra S23.
200MP ISOCELL HP2 sensor
This sensor has a new Dual Vertical Transfer Gate (D-VTG) technology, which is said to boost the pixel’s full-well capacity by more than 33 percent, which is said to reduce overexposure and enhance colour reproduction.
Samsung’s 200MP ISOCELL HP2 sensor comes with a resolution of 16,384 x 12,288 or 200 million pixels.
This 1/1.3-inch sensor has a pixel size of 0.6μm and it comes with Tetra²pixel RGB Bayer Pattern.
The sensor can shoot images in 200MP at 15fps, 50MP at 30fps, and 12.5MP at 120fps. In terms of video recording capabilities, the sensor can shoot up to 8K video at 30fps or 4K video at up to 120fps, and FHD videos at up to 480fps.
Samsung has combined an improved OIS technology on the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 200MP camera, With this users can capture sharper images even in low-lighting conditions.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra camera modes
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra can capture 200MP, 50MP, and 12.5MP pictures using pixel-binning technology.
In the 50MP mode, the phone combines four adjoining pixels into one to capture detailed photos with larger pixel sizes.
And in the 12.5MP mode, the sensor syndicates 16 pixels into one massive pixel to improve picture quality.