We've already heard a couple of times that Samsung is planning to equip the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra with a 200 MP camera, and today yet another report seemingly "confirms" this information - as much as a rumor can, anyway.
According to sources from Samsung's home of Korea, the company has informed "major camera partners" that it will use a 200 MP camera in the next generation of its flagship device. The 108 MP resolution currently in use debuted with the Galaxy S20 Ultra two years ago, and will be three years old by the time the S23 launches.Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
So Samsung will play the numbers game once more, matching Motorola's X30 Pro unveiled earlier this month and, rumor has it, also matching the upcoming Xiaomi 12T Pro. Although the resolution might be the same, Samsung may use a new sensor for its own device, and not either of the ones it also sells to its competitors.
Yes your right in terms of security Samsung has to do something about that. But in terms of camera quality and everything else, Samsung is way further ahead
Agree, the S22 Ultra and S23 Ultra are just too big and boxey. When you don't carry a purse it matters.
Samsung is ahead of others in phone making but about security? Apple is far ahead so Samsung should do something better in this sector