Samsung has launched its new Galaxy S23 Ultra, the ultra variant of the S23 range, as the name suggests the phone is the most powerful in terms of camera numbers and it’s time we compared this flagship with Huawei Mate 50 Pro in terms of numbers and capacity.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra comes with an HP2 sensor inside a 200-megapixel camera with an f/1.7 aperture, the number claims high quality with extra light boost. There are different clips to illustrate night/low light photography with a small aperture.
Let’s see Huawei Mate 50 Pro, other than that 200MP camera, Samsung S23 Ultra doesn’t stand a chance against Huawei Mate 50 Pro’s ultra-aperture camera system. For what? Because Huawei is a customized version of SONY IMX sensor, specially designed for Mate 50 Pro smartphone.
Although the Mate 50 Pro is not an Ultra model, it comes with an ultra-wide f/1.4 aperture that delivers 24% more light with the RYYB color system.
The Mate 50 Pro’s camera also delivers powerful bokeh that really blurs the background and highlights the subject thanks to its powerful aperture prowess.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra comes with AI-powered image processing APIs and it could use that 200MP camera system, but Huawei Mate 50 Pro could perform image refinement tasks even better with its new imaging system called XMAGE.
XMAGE refines colors and textures, creates vivid contrast, and highlights light and dark areas to create a first-hand impression.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra doesn’t promote the ability to take macro photos, but the Mate 50 Pro won’t disappoint, as it has the most powerful macro photography in the world and now a video section that will take you closer to the smallest object in your view.
Next is the ultra-wide-angle camera, which clocks in at 12MP on the Galaxy S23 Ultra with an f/2.2 aperture and 120-degree field of view. On the other hand, Huawei uses a high-quality 13MP ultra-wide lens to cover the whole band in a single frame with the same aperture and FOV.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has two telephoto lenses, one is a 10MP optical and the other is a 10MP periscope. According to the information, these lenses change automatically.
The periscope camera has a maximum optical zoom of 10X with an f/4.9 aperture. On the other hand, Huawei Mate 50 Pro comes with a 64MP periscope camera that has an f/3.5 aperture camera that could reach 10X long-long while maintaining photo quality.