Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has a 5-hole camera with the same back cover

  • the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has the same back cover design as the S22 Ultra, with a 5-hole camera; the main camera has been upgraded to 200MP, and the secondary camera has not changed. The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra’s back cover design uses a minimalist 5-hole camera that looks like a capital letter “P”. The S23 Ultra continues this design. It is speculated that Samsung may want to continue this simple and unnecessary design. The blogger also said that "except for the main camera, other sub cameras have not changed, and this 200MP main camera, 0.6um has not changed compared to 108MP 0.8um, and it is the same size, so it just remains the same." Previously, the blogger also broke the news that Samsung may use Qualcomm's 3D Sonic Max fingerprint scanning technology on the Galaxy S23 Ultra. This fingerprint scanning technology increases the scanning range, which can speed up the scanning speed and reduce the unlocking time to a certain extent. The blogger previously said that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor; but another news broke that Samsung has independently developed two Exynos chips, one for mid-range devices and the other for flagships. Equipment use, the code name of this chip used for flagship equipment is the same as the code name of Exynos 2200 used by Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra flagship machine, and it is speculated that this chip should be the chip equipped with Galaxy S23 Ultra. However, it is still uncertain what chip the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is equipped with. Some analysts said recently: Based on TSMC's lean foundry technology, Qualcomm may provide the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra with TSMC's 4nm manufacturing process 5G chip SM8550. There's a good chance that the chip will only be used by Samsung. So the chip on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra may only be known at the launch event. is undeniable that if the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is equipped with 200 million pixels, it will be the first ever in the world of digital products.