Galaxy S23 will include 200MP camera and  3D Sonic Max fingerprint

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Author: Chanchal Halder

The Galaxy S23 will have a 200-megapixel camera from Samsung Electronics. After four years, the camera specs have greatly improved.

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Galaxy S23 Specs

Samsung Electronics' Phone Management (MX) division has stated to key camera suppliers that the Galaxy S23 will come with a 200-megapixel camera.

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Samsung Electronics manufacture commissioned various businesses to build 200 million pixel camera chips, and they started building them.

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The Galaxy S23 ultra, will be the first in the series to include a 200-megapixel camera. The biggest standard for modern phone cameras is 200 million pixels.

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The launch of a 200-megapixel camera by Samsung Electronics, the world's leading smartphone maker, will have a significant influence on the market.

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Samsung Electronics manufacture 200-mp sensors in a 7-to-3 ratio. the production line is projected to grow to include other component vendors.

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With the release of ultra-high-pixel images, update is projected to blow in phone storage in addition to parts system such like sensors, glasses, and app processors.

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The fingerprint scanner on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to be speedier and have a wider scanning area.

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Qualcomm's 3D Sonic Max fingerprint scanning sensor, that will be wider scanning area….will be 50% quicker and 77% bigger than prior generation sensors.

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The first generation was 4x9mm (surface area 36mm2). The sensor in Gen 2 will be 8x8 (64mm2), which is 77% bigger than the sensor in Gen 1.

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