Samsung launched the Galaxy S23 series with some of the best camera features on the surface, especially the Ultra variant. The company has raised the bar of innovation with epic optical functions and improvements. However, OnePlus has different views on the camera aspects of the new Samsung Galaxy S23 lineup.
During the Unpacked launch event, Samsung has shown two presentations, namely Behold and Faith that were filmed by the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The only point behind this filming is to highlight that the Ultra model contains the premium standard for innovation in its 200MP camera.
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Alongside, the Korean tech maker also elaborated how the new techs and mechanisms such as the advanced image sensor and faster image processing capable of 8K at 30fps quality. Further, it also has the Astro Hyperlapse that lets you capture the stary sky clearly and more creatively.
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As a result, one would get wider angles with brighter colors and accurate details. However, OnePlus has a distinguished view on the camera part of the Samsung Galaxy S23. The tech giant targets the “filmed #withGalaxy S23 Ultra“, and penned the tweet:
“TBH, a great director can make any camera look good”
In response, a OnePlus fan further added, not everyone would show interest to make a feature-length movie with their phone.
Am I the only one who doesn’t want to make a feature length movie with my phone?
— Chai the [email protected] (@CKositkhun) February 1, 2023
Excluding these sarcastic points, a question that constantly hits our minds is whether OnePlus 11 will be able to back up these takes. Yes, in recent times, the company has hyped the matter a lot, but will it be able to offer the best features and tweaks with the OnePlus 11 to its users?
On the other hand, a user says that even OnePlus defines Hasselblad imaging as the perfect addition to their phones. Thus, an optical comparison between OnePlus 11 and Galaxy S23 Ultra would be worth seeing.
Just a few days more and we will grab which flagship phone takes the lead in the 2023 smartphone market. Stay Tuned.