You might not notice any differences between the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra from 2022 simply by looking at it. The unique Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and the brand-new 200MP camera are the 2017 flagship’s two most expensive features, but it also sports a number of other significant advancements.
There will also be further changes according to leakster Ice Universe, “focus is no longer a problem.” As you may recall, Samsung’s first 108MP phone, the Galaxy S20 Ultra, initially had significant focusing troubles. The later versions’ cameras were improved for better results, and those issues were resolved with a software update.
The Ultra is now upgrading to a new generation of sensors, so if The Cat is correct, the S20 Ultra problems shouldn’t recur. The camera’s picture stabilization mechanism, according to the leaker, has been substantially enhanced.
Although the Galaxy S22 Ultra speaker wasn’t the loudest, Samsung is said to have enhanced the bass for the 2023 release, according to Ice. A powerful set of microphones will also be included with the upcoming Ultra phone.
Three weeks remain until the arrival of the Galaxy S23 series, and Samsung is giving customers who reserve a phone early discounts. Although they might not be the features that convince people to purchase one, improvements to the camera focus and loudspeaker performance might make owners pleased in the long run.