The zoom of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will reach the Moon

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The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra could have a surprising set of rear cameras. According to rumors, it will feature a 200 MP main camera on the rear along with a 12 MP ultra-wide camera, two 10 MP telephoto cameras (one with 3x optical zoom and the other with 10x optical zoom) and the ability to offer a 100x digital zoom. Will it take good pictures of the Moon? That’s what Samsung is hinting at with its latest promo shot vertically on YouTube shorts. Samsung’s head of mobile, TM Roh, recently wrote: “That’s why our professional camera system is getting smarter, delivering the best photos and videos in any light among our Galaxy smartphones.” What we take from this comment is that Samsung will improve its Nightography, and that the 200MP ISOCELL HP2 sensor that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will supposedly be equipped with has several features that improve photography in low-light environments. The promotional video also hints at improving night photography by including the comment “Epic nights are coming.” The Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ will share the same camera setup, which includes a 50 MP main camera and a 12 MP ultra-wide camera. Both devices will offer 30x digital zoom. The Galaxy S23 line will be unveiled on February 1 and pre-orders will be accepted on the same day. The phones will go on sale on February 17 with the Galaxy S23 starting at €959, the Galaxy S23+ starting at €1,219 and the Galaxy S23 Ultra starting at €1,419.