Samsung Galaxy S23 series may not feature upgraded telephoto sensor
Samsung is gearing up to launch the next-generation foldable smartphone but the South Korean giant is also working on the upcoming Galaxy S-series flagship phones, details of which have leaked online multiple times.
As per the report, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will keep using the same 10-megapixel telephoto sensor that is found in the Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus smartphones. It is not yet known what it will be for the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
It remains to be seen if the unchanged camera sensor is limited to the telephoto lens or if the entire back camera setup remains the same. The information available so far is unconfirmed, so even if it’s true for now, it can be changed given that the S23 series launch is still months away.
Both the Samsung Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus are expected to come with an upgraded front-facing camera. This time, the flagship smartphones will feature a 12-megapixel snapper for taking selfies and video calling.
Although the exact launch date for the next-generation Samsung Galaxy S-series smartphones has not been revealed, the devices could get launched in the month of January or February, based on the company’s track record.