Whether you’re a pro-grade photographer, content creator or just want to share the epic moments in life, Samsung’s Galaxy S series is the ultimate creative tool, offered in a variety of models that are tailored to your specific needs.
Now, the latest addition to the series is the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. With a slick, elegant design, the device’s most stand-out feature is its massively upgraded camera features for never-before-seen photo and video quality, from dusk till dawn.
200 MP Wow-Worthy Resolution
The Galaxy S23 Ultra’s new 200 MP Adaptive Pixel camera provides a gallery of vibrant, crisp, 200-megapixel photos in any light. Play a round with zoom and crop options without hitting the shutter - or leave it intact for a brilliantly detailed shot from corner to corner.
State-of-the-art Nightography capabilities
Capture striking photos all day with the S23’s Nightography capabilities. The advanced camera sensor and fastest processor accommodate low light and reduce noise, allowing the S23 to produce the brightest and clearest photography compared to other Galaxy devices in low light situations.
For stand-out selfies, the Night Portrait mode on the selfie camera creates stand-out portraits with a beautiful sense of depth and enhanced bokken effect, accurately analyzing the distance of objects and separating the subject from backgrounds.
Then there is the cinematic video capturing, optimized by the S23’s Nightography. Say goodbye to visual noise that often ruins low-light videos with Galaxy’s improved night solution and advanced multi-frame processing. The devices AI-powered ISP algorithm also enhances object details and colour tone — even on selfie videos.
Now you can capture crisp details even in situations that normally create blur — like close-ups or low-light — as Galaxy S23 Ultra doubles the angles of OIS compared to Galaxy S22 to reduce light dragging.
Lastly, the device’s Astro Hyperlapse feature lets you turn a starry sky into a work of art. Grab more detail, even in the dark. Set exposure manually or let the camera choose, then point it skyward to capture planets and constellations with clarity.