Samsung is set to release the Samsung Galaxy S23 series this February 2 and to speed up the launch, the company has released some teasers on what to expect. These include a new promotional video that hints at the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s “space zoom” and night photography capabilities.
In the video, glimpses of the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s camera setup can be seen intertwined with a video of the moon. The triple camera is then superimposed on the moon to cleverly spell “MOOON”, teasing the zoom capability of the upcoming smartphone which may be able to clearly capture a photo of Earth’s satellite.
On top of that, the teaser video also claimed that “Epic nights are coming,” which may hint at an improved night mode on the device. Previously, rumors claimed that the Galaxy S23 Ultra would feature “100x Space Zoom” along with a 200MP main camera.
Of course, this is just speculation as Samsung has yet to officially reveal the Galaxy S23 series camera specs. Well, we don’t have to wait long to be sure the Galaxy Unpacked event is happening next week.
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