A report published last week revealed Samsung’s selection of front-facing cameras for next year’s Galaxy S23 and S23+ smartphones. While the news is good in this case, with rumors that the devices could feature an upgraded selfie camera, the same can’t obviously be said for the telephoto on the back.

According to the same source, both the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ will use the same 10-megapixel telephoto camera resolution as the S22 and S22+. It’s likely to be 3x this year, and in fact, it’s likely to be the exact same setup, including the same sensors. According to a report by GalaxyClub, there were no concrete rumors until now.

It’s unclear what’s going on with the Galaxy S23 Ultra, but it looks like the non-Ultra S flagships will keep the same specs (or very similar ones) for a year.

Of course, this is just an unconfirmed rumor at the moment, and since the launch of these models is still months away, even if this information is correct for now, Samsung could still change its plans before launching the Galaxy S23 series.

Anyway, if this works out, hopefully the South Korean company has other updates to the S23 and S23+ besides the high-res selfie camera.

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