Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra To Refine Low-light Imaging Further Via Update

Undoubtedly, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra stands at the pinnacle of smartphone technology in 2023, and it outshines every Android competitor in design and performance. Though today, we will talk about its camera — specifically, the camera at night.

The advent of the new 200-megapixel sensor for the primary camera has bestowed the S23 Ultra with the ability to capture exquisitely detailed RAW images while enhancing nighttime photography.

During nighttime shooting, the phone employs pixel binning technology, grouping the pixels into clusters of 16, thus generating 12-megapixel images, sizable pixels, and heightened light-capturing capabilities. This is why night shots on S23 Ultra look ever so pleasing.

It’s no secret; Samsung discretely efforts to continually improve the camera quality of its flagship phones through over-the-air (OTA) updates. Even post-sales, their photo shooting capabilities keep enhancing. It is also true for the S23 Ultra. Samsung’s mobile prices are designed to fit a wide variety of budgets, making it possible for everyone to own a high-quality smartphone.

As per revelations by the prominent Samsung insider @UniverseIce, on Twitter, the company is gearing up to further augment the S23 Ultra’s already impressive night photography prowess via an upcoming OTA firmware update. He claims to have tested the Beta version of the update and confirms the improvement in night shots.

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