Samsung's Galaxy S23 series will be launched next month, but the camera sensor has been revealed to be equipped with five front and rear cameras, three of which are all in brand new CMOS.
According to the pictures released, except for the SONY IMX754, which is a 3x telephoto and 10X telephoto, the other three lenses have been replaced.
The main shot used isThe Samsung S5KHP2 sensor is a 200-megapixel image sensor that Samsung just released this year，The optical format is 1/1.3 inch and the single pixel size is 0.6μmBased on Samsung's latest D-VTG (dual Vertical Transfer Gate) technology, the HP2 transfers electrons from pixels to the logical layer, reducing the problem of overexposure in bright light.
Super wide Angle replaced withSONY IMX564, according to the product name can be judged, this sensor is the previous generation of SONY IMX563 upgrade CMOS, but so far there is no detailed parameter specifications.
The front-facing camera is powered by its predecessor's 40-megapixel Samsung S5KGH1 sensorA Samsung S5K3LU, with 12 megapixels, was replaced.
The Galaxy S23 will be powered by a "custom Samsung" Snapdragon 8Gen2 with a 3.36GHz core processor, but it's not clear who will make the chip, so let's wait for the official announcement.