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Samsung prepares the Galaxy S23 Ultra and promises to annihilate the iPhone 14 camera

The Galaxy S22 Ultra first brought the S Pen stylus which is stored inside the phone.

Samsung and Apple maintain a constant competition to see who is at the top of the sales in the industry of cell phones. In order not to lose ground, the South Korean giant plans to launch an upcoming device with a 200 megapixel camera completely eclipse the plans of his American counterpart with the iPhone 14.

Samsung’s next development is focused on its line premium Galaxy S23 Ultra and his mighty lens is in its final stage of development, according to a report published by South Korea’s ETNews.

In fact, the development of this revolutionary camera in the line is so advanced that they even anticipated that this S23 Ultra It will hit the market a couple of months after the iPhone 14 only in 2023

Compared to the iPhone 13 Pro, which has a 12-megapixel main camera, the 14 Pro would have an improved 48-megapixel camera, with which Apple will compete with the 200-megapixel camera on Samsung’s next flagship.

The most powerful camera in a Samsung

The Galaxy S22 Ultra first brought the S Pen stylus which is stored inside the phone.

So far, Motorola would be the first manufacturer to launch a phone with a 200MP main camera that will use the Samsung ISOCELL HP1 sensor. The so-called Motorola “Frontier 22” device would be presented in July 2022, according to recent leaks.

That is why the 200 megapixels promise to begin this year a new era among cell phone cameras that, in principle, will not need “more power” to capture better and better photos.

Like the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which has a 108-megapixel primary camera, the S23 Ultra would likely use the technology. binning pixel, which combines data from several smaller pixels on the camera’s image sensor into a “super pixel.”

This pixel binning is beneficial because simply increasing the megapixels of a smartphone camera while keeping the image sensor size the same results in smaller pixels, which generally capture less light.

On the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the main camera takes 12-megapixel photos by default, with a switch available in the camera app to take 108-megapixel photos. The default setting is ideal for most users, as high resolution photos can have very large file sizes.

The iPhone 14 Pro models that will compete directly against the S23 Ultra are also likely to use pixel binning.

Tech analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said last year that Apple’s top-of-the-range versions — the 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max — may come to market with 48-megapixel and 12-megapixel cameras, plus 8K video recording.

Apple considers changing its traditional Lightning charging port

Apple Lightning Port, Apple's charging port could cease to exist on cell phones.  photo apple

Apple Lightning Port, Apple’s charging port could cease to exist on cell phones. photo apple

Precisely this same analyst of the mobile phone industry was the same one who assured that Apple planned to ditch the Lightning port in favor of a USB-C port on the 2023 iPhone 15 models.

Rumors of Apple adopting USB-C ports over the years, especially after Apple started using USB-C for the iPad line but until now, Apple has stuck with Lightning for the ‌iPhone‌.

This technological change may well be planned due to legal requirements that could be implemented in Europe.

The European Union is working on legislation that requires companies like Apple to use USB-C technology Photo: REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach.

The European Union is currently working on legislation that would require companies like Apple to adopt USB-C technology across its entire product line, on iPhones, iPads, and AirPods. If approved, Apple devices will have to stop including their traditional Lightning charging port worldwide.

USB-C ports would enable faster charging speeds and faster data transfers, plus bring the ‌iPhone‌ in line with Mac and ‌iPad‌ models that already use USB-C.


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