The Galaxy S23 Ultra, despite using the same sensor for its X10, would dominate digital zoom even better, and even the X30 in particular.
The upcoming arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S23 gets louder and louder as the release date approaches. As a reminder, this is February 1, 2023.
As we know, within the S series, the Ultra model is undoubtedly the most anticipated since it is the one that integrates all the most advanced technologies of the Korean manufacturer. Samsung recently highlighted its qualities in terms of taking pictures of the Moon, for example. We learn today through the leaker Edwards Urbina that the phone could, keeping the same settings for its zoom, take better advantage of it than the previous model.
A magical X30
In any case, this is what the two photos he posted on Twitter. The first shot would be taken with the X10 camera, which would correspond to the most powerful optical zoom of the device. To give you an idea of its qualities.
But the one that interests us the most is undoubtedly the second. In fact, we see a snapshot taken in X30 mode, that is to say a digital zoom and the result, despite a slight blur on the subject, is still relatively convincing and usable. Enough to largely compete with the Super Res Zoom of a Google Pixel 7 Pro.
Other shots posted by the leaker on X30 show a real improvement in quality.
According to mobile samthis improvement would not be attributable to hardware at all, since the two telephoto lenses would retain their IMX 754 sensors. It would essentially be an improvement in image processing, partly attributable to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and its new ISP, the chip dedicated to photo .
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