The leaked Ice World has been busy providing more details about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 series, with the main focus once again on the Galaxy S23 Ultra and its camera capabilities. Not so long ago, we reported on a photo comparison between the S23 Ultra and the S22 Ultra that showed the superior zoom capabilities of the first over the second, which should be expected among smartphone generations. This time the normal camera mode was compared, with the Google Pixel 7 Pro thrown into the mix.
The main topic of this photo comparison is the pumpkin, as the three phones presented significantly different samples. Interestingly, the Ice universe asked its followers to choose the best effort in a blind test, without revealing which devices were used. The majority chose the first photo (see below), which later turned out to be made by the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. While it’s no surprise that the S23 Ultra could outperform the S22 Ultra, producing a better shot than the Google Pixel 7 Pro is a noteworthy achievement.
Google’s phone received high praise for its cameras, with DXOMARK giving only the Huawei Mate 50 Pro a camera score higher than the Pixel 7 Pro (149 vs. 147) in smartphone rankings. The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra dropped even further, pegging it to 12th place on 135th, and the comparison shows how it has trouble spotting a pumpkin surface. However, this does not appear to be a problem for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, as the orange fruit was depicted in much greater detail and with improved sharpness over samples produced by other devices in comparison.
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