Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Vs S22 Ultra Vs Google Pixel 7 Pro photo sample comparison


Pixel 7 Pro Vs Galaxy S22 Ultra

There are a couple of pretty decent brands in the smartphone market. However, when it comes to the camera, some brands stand out. No doubt, Google has one of the best camera sensors in the world. However, Samsung smartphones still come with pretty good camera sensors. According to popular tech blogger @iceuniverse, the camera of Google and Samsung smartphones are quite decent. The blogger recently shared a camera sample comparison for some of their latest smartphones. The comparison show images from the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, Google Pixel 7 Pro and Galaxy S22 Ultra.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

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These smartphones were used to capture images of a pumpkin. The images were captured under the same conditions. The same angles, light environment and other conditions. The Galaxy S23 Ultra captures more detail than the Pixel 7 Pro and Galaxy S22 Ultra. The pumpkin shapes and textures appear sharper in the S23 Ultra sample. However, the pumpkin photos from the Pixel 7 Pro and S22 Ultra appear “smoother”. In addition, there is also a very obvious colour difference between the sample of the Samsung mobile phone and the sample of the Pixel.

Galaxy S23 camera specs

The company will release the latest Galaxy S23 series mobile phones in early February next year. The new Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a 200-megapixel main camera on the rear. This device, the Ultra model, may be the only Snapdragon 8 Gen2 flagship with a 200-megapixel sensor. However, this smartphone will offer at least three different shooting capacities. Users can choose between 12MP, 50MP and 200MP shooting. However, it is important to note that the larger the camera pixel, the larger the size of the images. The ratios for the different shooting capacities are 3000 x 4000, 6120 x 8160 and 12240 x 16320 respectively. The aperture of the main camera is f/1.7. The camera department is one aspect that Samsung will significantly improve in its new flagship phone.

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