True to its Ultra branding, Samsung has been using a whopping 40MP selfie snapper on its flagship Galaxy S devices since the 2020 Galaxy S20 Ultra. Using pixel binning, these phones output 10MP selfies that promise to capture more details than a regular 10MP shooter. While this works when capturing selfies in daylight, the sensors struggle in low light, with the resulting images having a lot of noise. The Korean giant could fix this shortcoming on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra next year by using a lower resolution 12MP front camera.
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