Predecessor's telephoto camera could be reused on Samsung Galaxy S23 series

A telephoto camera won't be part of Samsung's Galaxy S23 lineup, reports claim.

The Galaxy S22 series is expected to use a similar 10MP telephoto camera for the upcoming model.

Samsung may retain the 10MP telephoto module for the Galaxy 23 Series, according to the Dutch site GalaxyClub.

In this case, it could be used in the lesser models within the lineup, which are S23 and S23+.

Also, reports suggest that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be the first device to feature the 200MP ISOCELL HP3 sensor that was announced last week.

The leakster Ice Universe recently spoke out about this rumor and seems confident it won't be the first device to adopt HP3.

Regarding the telephoto lens, Samsung’s retention of 10MP for its next-generation Galaxy S series devices makes sense, since both the S22 and S22+ have upgraded cameras from their predecessors.

However, it has been tipped that the selfie camera on both the S23 and S23 Plus models will receive an upgrade in which the resolution will increase to 12MP for better photos despite the stagnant camera specs.

As far as we know, the S23 Ultra has no rumored changes besides the one listed above 

The release date is also not set. The Galaxy S23 is likely to be launched within the first quarter of 2023, based on Samsung's previous release dates for the Galaxy S20, S21, and S22.

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