Galaxy S23 Ultra tops the camera rating

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  • The Galaxy S23 Ultra received the highest rating from VCX Forum, an independent non-profit group that tests camera phones. Although 69 out of 100 points may not seem like much, in the eyes of the scoring system used by VCX Forum, 69 points is more than enough to place the phone’s camera system above all other smartphones they examined.

“Outstanding” is how the Galaxy S23 Ultra is rated. The Galaxy S21 and S22 Ultra, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Google Pixel 6 Pro, Asus Zenfone 8, iPhone 13 Pro Max, and iPhone 14 Pro Max are all outperformed by it, as are all other Android and iOS devices.

The outcomes in DxOMark’s review of the Galaxy S23 Ultra camera are considerably dissimilar from these ones. The S23 Ultra was placed at the top of the list of camera phones by VCX Forum, earning a perfect score of 10 in a number of categories, while Samsung’s flagship was ranked 10th in DxOMark’s system.

The ISOCELL HP2 main sensor, which has a high resolution of 200MP, first appears on a Samsung phone with the Galaxy S23 Ultra. A 10MP periscope camera with 10x optical zoom, a second 10MP telephoto camera with 3x zoom, and a 12MP ultra-wide sensor are also included.

The price of Samsung’s most recent high-end flagship phone is $1,199. Nevertheless, if you trade in an older phone, you may get the Galaxy S23 Ultra for less money. The business is prepared to reduce the selling price by up to $750.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra can capture 8K films at 30 frames per second, 4K videos at 60 frames per second, and 1080p videos at up to 960 frames per second for ultra slow motion.

You must determine for yourself whether the Ultra is worthwhile. You may view our detailed written and video reviews of the Galaxy S23 Ultra below for more information.

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