Samsung Galaxy S 23 Comes with Quite Impressive Specifications

The arms race in the smartphone camera market is heating up today with the launch of Samsung’s latest top-of-the-line model.

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Spiral galaxy in black field. Photo by Arnaud Mariat

Featured at the company’s annual teardown event, South Korean electronics giant Samsung showed off its Galaxy S smartphone family, all of which feature improvements to their camera setups in what the company says is a focus for the future.

New cameras include the 6.8-inch Galaxy S 23 Ultra, 6.6-inch Galaxy S 23+ and 6.1-inch Galaxy S 23. Aesthetics-wise, not much has changed and that’s probably a good thing for Galaxy fans. That said, it looks like there have been some substantial updates to the camera setup, especially when it comes to the top-of-the-line S 23 Ultra. As many headlines have pointed out, the smartphone will feature a 200 MP adaptive pixel sensor, which Samsung says is a first for a smartphone and should enable “unprecedented” image quality.

The new Samsung Galaxy, the smartphone will come with many expected updates that we have seen in the past such as improvements in video and especially stabilization, but what we find most interesting is that there will be a new AI powered image, a signal processing algorithm that CNN reports “improves details objects and color tones.”

Other features pointed out by the news service include a Super HD selfie camera and a new look for the camera on the S 23+ and Galaxy S 23. The top-of-the-line model, the Galaxy S 23 Ultra, comes with Samsung. S Pen and comes in at $1199.99. The other two models cost $999.99 and $799.99 respectively

Overall, everyone seems to be pretty impressed with what Samsung is doing, and rightly so. And while Apple hasn’t revealed the full lineup yet, we expect most of it to be compliant with the update. Samsung is currently taking the lead with its Galaxy lineup – especially when it comes to things like AI integration.

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[CNN]

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