Samsung is once again promoting the Galaxy S23 Ultra with a new teaser where the camera is at flaunt. In the latest development, the company has captured the iconic moon rover images with the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Camera.
Recently, the company shared a dynamic Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra teaser highlighting the Moon zoom camera ability. This time the tech maker proved that the Ultra versions can go beyond limitations. However, a smartphone camera can’t capture Moon rovers, for now, as shown in the teaser.
The new teaser video begins with the Moon. It further displays two man-made rovers moving on the surface around three circular spots, completing the text “ZOOOM.” These three surface spots then turn into camera sensors of the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra.
For zooming, the Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone uses the same camera sensors as the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Those Sony IMX sensors are capable of delivering clearer shots at 3X Optical and 10X Optical, respectively. With software, the zoom-in feature reaches up to a massive resolution of 100X.
You can check the full video HERE.