A month ago, we reported that the Samsung Galaxy S23/Plus will likely have the same telephoto camera as the Galaxy S22/Plus, namely a 10MP telephoto lens with triple zoom. Now according to the Galaxy Club, the telephoto lens on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra may also be the same as the previous generation S22 Ultra.
According to the Galaxy Club, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra's latent telephoto lens uses the same specs as its predecessor (10x zoom, 10MP pixels), and there are other things Samsung could do to improve the camera, but not the basic specs. In addition, the Galaxy S21 Ultra and S22 Ultra have a second triple 10MP telephoto lens, and it's unclear if that will change for the S23 Ultra.
As for the main camera, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a 200 megapixel main camera, as previously reported by @Universeice, but the sensor has not been announced yet, IT House has learned. But according to GsmArena, speculation is that the S23 Ultra has been upgraded from the current model's 108MP HM3 sensor (1/1.33 ", 0.8μm pixel) to a 200MP sensor (possibly HP1, 1/22 ", 0.64μm).
On the processor front, Kuo says that Samsung's Galaxy S23 series will be powered solely by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, rather than Samsung's own Exynos 2300