Samsung has unveiled its first smartphone camera sensor with a resolution of 200 megapixels. Although this sensor is yet to be shown on a gadget, it seems that something better has already gone beyond it.
A new version of the 200MP sensor is nearing completion and will reportedly debut in 2023 in future flagship smartphones – such as the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra – according to a new report from South Korean-based publication ETNews.
We are still in the early stages of this process, so we do not know on which smartphone the new ISOCELL HP3 will debut. However, if the release date is any indication, it will probably be included in the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. Keep in mind that anything can happen when rumors come, so it can change everything. It is hoped that additional information will be available in the coming months, giving us a better idea of Samsung’s future intentions.
In 2020, Samsung launched its 108MP camera sensor on its Galaxy S20 Ultra. Next year, it will retain the same sensor for its Galaxy S21 Ultra. Samsung then put the same 108MP sensor for its Galaxy S22 Ultra. Despite Samsung leading the way in the megapixel race, far ahead of most of its competitors, the company could move ahead in 2023. If it chooses to update the rumored 200MP sensor, it could revitalize its flagship line of camera devices.
Of course, we’re still in the early stages, so it’s not clear which smartphone will launch the new ISOCELL HP3. But, if history is any indication, it could be seen in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. Remember that anything can happen when it comes to rumors, and it can change everything. Hopefully there will be more information in the coming months, which will give us a better look at Samsung’s plans for the future.