JAKARTA – Many smartphone users want to know the comparison between the cameras of the iPhone 14 Pro Max and the Samsung S23 Ultra. Both are premium smartphones with the best technology and specifications in their class.
During its initial launch, the S23 Ultra was priced at IDR 26 million for the highest 12GB/1TB storage variant. Meanwhile, the iPhone 14 Pro Max itself offered a price tag of IDR 33 million for 1TB of storage when it was first launched.
With prices that can drain your wallet, these two flagship phones come with the best camera setup among other versions of the same model. For the first time, the iPhone features a high-resolution camera sensor, namely 48 MP on iPhone 14 Pro Max, 12 MP telephoto and 12 MP ultrawide that supports dual-pixel PDAF, 3x optical zoom, LiDAR functionality and OIS for more stable video results. .
The iPhone 14 Pro Max is based on a 48 MP main camera with second-generation optical image stabilization with motion sensor. It is known that Apple is not too interested in the competition for megapixels, but more interested in the technology and features built into its devices.
The front camera is 12 MP (f/1.9). It supports video recording up to 4K resolution with a frame rate of 60 fps. This camera is said to support 3x optical zoom to zoom in, 2x optical zoom to zoom out, 6x optical zoom, and up to 15x digital zoom.
Meanwhile, Samsung S23 Ultra itself uses a super wide resolution camera i.e. 200MP with multi-directional DPAF, Laser AF and OIS functions, supported by three other cameras consisting of 10MP telephoto lens, 10MP periscope telephoto lens and 12MP ultrawide.
The most significant advancement of the Galaxy S23 Ultra concerns the rear camera. The Galaxy S23 Ultra is equipped with the latest ISOCELL HP2 sensor made by the South Korean manufacturer.
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