The Galaxy S23 Ultra's camera is supplied by a Chinese company, not Sony
Galaxy S23 Ultra, according to the rumors that have been published so far, is going to be equipped with four cameras on its back panel, two of which will be manufactured by Sunny Optical. This Chinese company is not new in this field at all, because in the past it has worked as a camera lens supplier for both Samsung and other companies such as Huawei and Vivo. Now, according to the information published by the Korean publication The Elec, it seems that the 10-megapixel telephoto and 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera of the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be produced by Sunny Optical.
The other cameras will be produced by other companies. For example, the Korean company MCNEX, in cooperation with another Korean company called PARTRON, will play a role as the manufacturer of the smaller 10-megapixel telephoto camera (with 3x zoom), while Samsung Electro Mechanics will be responsible for providing the 200-megapixel model.
There are various news regarding the Galaxy S23 Ultra selfie camera. First, Samsung has been using a 40 megapixel selfie camera for ultra models for a long time. But it is said that in this generation, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is going to be equipped with a 12-megapixel selfie camera. After some time, another news was published that the size of the selfie camera of this phone will be 10 megapixels. Now the point is that the size of the selfie camera of both the plus and standard models is 10 megapixels. In this regard, no specific news has been published and we do not know whether this 10 megapixel sensor is actually different from the sample embedded in the two cheaper models or not. But it is said that their suppliers will be Power Logics and NAMUGA.
Samsung for Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus, according to current reports, Samsung Electro Mechanics, Power Logics, PARTRON and CammSys, which is the last Korean company. It will have the title of the camera supplier next to it. With these conditions, it seems that Samsung wants to produce its next-generation flagship cameras in cooperation with Korean companies. Of course, he will cooperate with a Chinese company in this direction. This means that Sony has completely abandoned Samsung's options for supplying cameras for next-generation flagships, while the company was one of the camera suppliers for Samsung phones until the Galaxy S22 series.