Real hands-on footage of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: take a look at the design and camera app

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Real hands-on footage of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: take a look at the design and camera app
By this point, the excitement Samsung probably wants us to experience when it finally reveals the Galaxy S23 series on February 1 is all but tainted with the flood of leaked information. One thing we were sorely missing to get the full leak experience, however, was a juicy hands-on video of the upcoming Samsung flagships. Well, it might not be all of them, but we recently got to see the Galaxy S23 Ultra in its full glory.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra starts at $199.99 with trade-in

The S23 Ultra is now officially in stores. Get up to $750 instant trade-in credit, and $100 instant credit from Samsung with the purchase. The phone starts at $199.99 with an eligible trade-in for AT&T or T-Mobile.
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Galaxy S23 Plus starts at $119.99

You can now get the Galaxy S23 Plus with up to $700 in trade-in discount from Samsung. Save even more if you go for T-Mobile or AT&T.
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Galaxy S23 for free with trade-in (AT&T and T-Mobile), save on unlocked model too

Go with T-Mobile or AT&T right off the bat and you can pay nothing for a vanilla S23 with 256GB storage (with an eligible trade-in). Verizon's version starts at $59.99 with trade-in. Or pick an unlocked model and cough up $159.99 after trade-in credits.
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A video of the S23 Ultra, allegedly shot in a retail store in Nicaragua, popped up online showcasing Samsung's next premium phone in its beautiful green color. Reposted on Twitter by @sondesix, are photos of all the rumored color variations of the Ultra model, including Green, Cream, Phantom Black, and Lavender. We get to see the phones both inside and outside of their boxes. (via NoteookCheck)

Even more interesting and revealing, though, are the two shared videos and images of the camera app. One of the videos showcases the design of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, and the other showing the 100x digital zoom. There two photos of the camera app are arguably packed with more juicy information though, as we get a confirmation that 8K 30fps video recording will be possible with the new high-end Galaxy phone. We can also see a 200MP mode, further cementing the already very discussed rumor of the 200MP ICOSELL HP2 main camera sensor.

Let's at least hope that the recent teaser about the Space Zoom feature and Night Mode on the S23 Ultra will remain hidden until the Galaxy Unpacked Event. We are always happy to find out when rumors are true, but there is a point when that takes away from the magic of seeing the new upgrades presented on stage. Whatever the case, we have about a week and a half until the announcement, so fingers crossed the leakers leave something for Samsung to show too.
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