Power, cameras, versatility, battery, screen. Some of the issues that people who want to buy a new mobile phone pay attention to today are as follows; The highlights of the Samsung S23 Ultra.
This device has a 6.8 inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display with QHD+ resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate, a processor. Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 212 GB RAM, 5,000 mAh battery with fast and wireless charging, Android 13 operating system with One UI and ultrasonic fingerprint reader under the screen.
It also has 256GB, 512GB or 1TB internal storage; IP68 dust and water resistance; integrated S Pen; Quad camera with 200 MP main sensor, 12 MP ultra wide, 10 MP telephoto with 10x optical zoom and 10 MP telephoto with 3x optical zoom; and front camera with 12MP sensor.
The S23 Ultra allows you to record in ‘full HD’ resolution in slow motion at 960 frames per second. As for maximum video quality, this device shoots at: up to 8K at 30 frames per second.
In the stabilization department, it’s making a splash thanks to Samsung’s new line. OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and VDIS (Video Digital Image Stabilization) improved and wider.
As Samsung explains, “The OIS correction angle is doubled, giving you the ability to take photos with greater stability and less camera shake with the new model. The OIS function not only reduces judder in photos, but also automatically stabilizes videos when shooting in 8K, 4K, FHD and HD.”
The “night photography” function plays a fundamental role in this device. Optimized for more detailed photos and videos with less noise in low light conditions thanks to Image Signal Processing (ISP) using AI solutions.
On the other hand, aware of the huge interest in astrophotography caused by the super-zoom of the Galaxy S series, Samsung has added special modes to ‘make the most out of’ the camera game. One of them is Astro Hyperlapse, which clearly depicts the outlines of the stars in the sky. Another is augmented reality display of visible constellations to know where to aim targets.
Recently, there was a discussion on Reddit where a user claimed that photos of the Moon taken with their S23 Ultra mobile phone are a montage. In this issue, the company explained how its powerful 100x zoom works and why it is able to produce such sharp images.
Samsung has announced that its mobile devices from the S21 They can describe the Moon as a specific object to which the AI detail enhancement engine has been applied.
“To take a clear picture of the moon, Galaxy cameras use super resolution to synthesize more than 10 images taken at 25x or higher zoom, eliminating noise and increasing clarity and other details,” Samsung said in a statement.
In other words, Samsung achieves clear and remarkable results thanks to its multi-shot system and artificial intelligence specially trained on the Moon sample. In addition, it is worth noting that the image optimization of other objects in the tests we can do is remarkable, It allows us to recover even texts located more than 50 meters away and impossible to read with the naked eye.
Inside the S23 family is a powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 specially tailored for this Samsung series. This processor allows hardware ray tracing, a technology found in high-end graphics cards and next-gen consolesnow on mobile, bringing better reflections, highlights and shadows to gamers
On the other hand, Samsung expanded the vapor chamber of the device for cooling, dissipating the generated heat, causing a significant temperature drop.