It looks like Samsung envied Sony's slow-motion mode and also wants to have it. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to offer 1000 frames per second recording. Does slow-motion mode make sense in the phone?
The Samsung Galaxy S9 will come to us a little more wait, the premiere will take place in the first quarter of next year. Today we learned something about the new camera module that will be present on the flagship of the Korean company. Is there any wait?
The Samsung Galaxy S9 will be double
You do not need to convince anyone of this. I can not imagine a situation in which two matrices would not be present on board the Galaxy S9. A similar solution is present in the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and will certainly hit the next year's model.I do not think the Koreans followed in the footsteps of Apple and the dual cameras were meant to be reserved for more expensive models, like the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and the iPhone X. On the other hand, Samsung might want to distinguish something with the Plus model in its name – The last generation differed only in screen size. What camera appeared in Note 8? Samsung has set a 12-megapixel camera with standard viewing angles and f / 1.7 and 12-megapixel f / 2.4. Importantly, both cameras are equipped with optical image stabilization. I suspect that similar set will go to the coming Samsung Galaxy S9.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 camera will allow you to shoot video in slow motion
Surely you associate that solution with Sony at the launch of Xperia XZ Premium. And there was something to brag about. As long as such a recording does not have a special use in everyday use, simply watching them makes a lot of fun – and a feature we often forget in the race for numbers. A similar feature will be offered by the Samsung Galaxy S9. The network has found information that Koreans are working on a matrix that will allow video footage at 1000 frames per second, thus adding to its already impressive camera yet another argument to recognize it as one of the best photographic smartphones on the market. What do you think about slow-motion mode on phones? Are you using, do you think this is a cool feature and would you like to see it on other manufacturers' smartphones? Source: gizmochina