- Samsung Galaxy S23 series could come with an upgraded front camera than its predecessors.
- The series is tipped to feature a 12MP shooter compared to the 10MP snapper of the previous Galaxy S-series phones.
- The Samsung Galaxy S23 series will launch next year.
A new leak suggests that Samsung could significantly upgrade the Samsung Galaxy S23-series front-facing camera. Currently, the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 + have a 10MP selfie snapper, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra has a 40MP shooter. And now, the Samsung Galaxy S23-series is tipped to come with a 12MP selfie camera. Samsung has kept the 10MP front sensor on the front of its Galaxy S-series phones since the Galaxy S10 series, except for the Ultra model.
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If the leak is to be believed, the Galaxy S23 series will finally bring an upgrade to the selfie camera. The Samsung Galaxy S23 series will launch next year, and we’re still around eight months away from its official release. Let’s take a look at what we can expect from the Samsung Galaxy S23 series.
Samsung Galaxy S23 with a better front camera
Samsung’s S-series handsets have consistently had one of the best cameras available in the market. The early information surrounding the Galaxy S23 suggests Samsung may finally be switching from a 10MP selfie camera to a better and higher-res 12MP front-facing camera for the Galaxy S23 handsets. If the leak is to be believed, this will be the first improvement to the front side of Samsung’s S-series since 2019.
The camera placement of the Samsung Galaxy S23-series is still under the wraps. It could be an under-display shooter, as seen, or the Galaxy Z Fold 3, or it could be the traditional punch-hole cutout housing the front shooter. It’s unclear at the moment, but we expect to learn more about the Samsung Galaxy S23-series in the upcoming days.