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8K and 4K videos of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra have been posted on the web

Edwards Urbina took photos with the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra days before the new flagship was officially unveiled. Now go to show the enhanced video capabilities of the phone.

Here is a 4K 60fps sample uploaded to YouTube:

Unfortunately, this is the only one uploaded so far. Urbina posted more videos on Twitter, but the social network doesn’t handle HD video very well.

With that said, here’s a sample 8K video recorded with the 200MP main camera (based on the new ISOCELL HP2 sensor). It’s been hard pressed to talk about image quality, but notice how smooth it is — the Galaxy S23 series finally gets support for 8K videos at 30fps.

Here’s another 4K video at 60fps:

The second video on Twitter was also recorded with the main camera. We’re not sure about the YouTube sample, however, it appears to be zoomed in – it could be a digital zoom or it could be one of the two telephoto cameras on the phone (3x and 10x).

While we’re here, check out these camera samples from the Galaxy S23 Ultra. It’s been downsized by Twitter, so we can’t enjoy the full detail captured by the 200MP sensor in this shot:


Camera sample from Galaxy S23 Ultra's main camera (zoomed out)

Camera sample from Galaxy S23 Ultra’s main camera (zoomed out)

Here are a couple of photos that show the telephoto camera’s 10x optical zoom and the same one at 30x digital zoom:


Galaxy S23 Ultra camera samples: 10x
Galaxy S23 Ultra camera samples: 30x
Galaxy S23 Ultra camera samples: 10x
Galaxy S23 Ultra camera samples: 30x

Galaxy S23 Ultra camera samples: 10 x • 30 x • 10 x • 30 x

The Samsung Galaxy S23 series (in addition to the Galaxy Book3 laptops) will be officially unveiled on February 1 (Wednesday). The three new smartphones have been leaked extensively and over the past few days we’ve even started seeing details about pricing. Spoiler alert: current information points to higher prices, so you might want to secure the advance booking discount while you still can.

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