Samsung’s ‘Galaxy S23’ camera result stunned users

South Korean smartphone company Samsung is going to introduce its best phone ‘Galaxy S23’ at the end of this year or early next year, people were stunned after the pictures of the camera results came out.

Although the Galaxy S23 has not yet been introduced, there are reports that this time the phone will have a 200-megapixel main camera and this camera will be equipped with modern technology and sensors, the result of which will be better than the iPhone camera.

Samsung has not issued any official statement regarding the features and introduction of the ‘Galaxy S23’, but now the pictures of the mobile camera have been shared on the Chinese social application Weibo, indicating that a major change has been made in the mobile camera.

Among the ‘Galaxy S23’ and ‘Galaxy S22’ camera images that went viral on Weibo, the best image of the ‘Google Pixel 7’ camera, including ‘Galaxy S23’, is of ‘Galaxy S23’, whose colors look real.

Although the image of the ‘Galaxy S22’ camera is also better, the result of Samsung’s upcoming phone camera is surprising.

Surprisingly, the results of Google’s ‘Pixel 7’ camera appear to be substandard, while Google claims that it has used updated technology in the Pixel 7’s 50-megapixel camera.

Remember that the company introduced the Galaxy S22 in February this year, in which the company gave a 108-megapixel camera, which was described as apple’s iPhone 13 collision phone. Now it has been reported that the company will give a 200-megapixel back camera for the first time in the ‘Galaxy S23’ and the phone will be a collision with Apple’s iPhone 14, which will likely have a 64-megapixel camera.


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