Samsung has plenty of phones offering powerful camera capabilities with intelligent features derived from AI and machine learning. Super Slow Motion is trendy nowadays, Samsung users like to record videos that play back in slow motion and present cinematic, movie-like vistas, but it has some restrictions on recording time.
While Super Slow Motion is one of the most used camera features on Samsung phones, users are demanding an extension in recording time. Regarding this, a user reached Samsung support in the Korean community and got a reply that give a bit of satisfaction.
According to Samsung camera mod., developers need to prepare a new software that will remove the restrictions of Super Slow Motion recording time. The official said that the number of frames that need to be saved instantaneously is very large while recording in Super Slow Motion mode.
As there’s a big demand for more recording time in the Super Slow Motion camera mode, the Korean tech giant is internally reviewing and could reach a decision in the future. In Super Slow Motion mode, Galaxy users are currently facing issues as the recording time is fixed/limited to 18 seconds.
Besides this info, the camera moderator doesn’t reveal whether the Super Slow Motion recording time extension will happen or not. Meanwhile, it’s good to hear that the company has acknowledged the feedback of consumers, and we may have access to record longer videos in super slow motion in the future.
Here’s how Super Slow Motion works:
Usually, slow motion video works by shooting at high frames per second (fps) rate and then playing it back at a much slower rate. This creates interesting videos where the action is slowed way down. With the Super Slow-mo feature, the action is shot at 960 fps, which is four times faster than regular slow motion.
To shoot a Super Slow-mo video, open the Camera app, tap Super Slow-mo, and start recording for some amazing action.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra and S23 Ultra design compared in live images
Samsung is expected to hold the next Unpacked event in January next year. After leaked hands-on, new live images of the Galaxy S24 Ultra have surfaced, showing off design changes over its predecessor.
In the Galaxy S24 Ultra, Samsung is not heavily tweaking the overall look and design. While the display is ditching curved edges, the rear design looks a lot identical to the S23 Ultra, which is hard to compare.
As you can see in the image showing the phone’s bottom, the speaker grille has ditched the holes in favor of a single linear cutout. The company has also flattened out the bottom of the S Pen.
Notably, the Galaxy S24 Ultra makes use of a titanium frame instead of aluminum, while other models follow the older frame strategy.
Galaxy S25 Design: Samsung is rumored to be redefining Galaxy image
With the S22 Ultra, Samsung introduced an island-less rear panel design, which became Galaxy’s signature design in 2023. All Galaxy phones released in 2023 follow the same design strategy, with the same set to happen next year with the Galaxy S24 series.
Well, a new rumor says that Samsung is set to redefine the Galaxy image, with notable design changes expected to be made in Galaxy S25. Tipster Revegnus says that Hubert H. Lee, a former designer at Mercedes-Benz, is working to redefine the design language of Galaxy, starting with the S25.
To recall, Hubert H. Lee has been leading Samsung’s Galaxy design department (Head of the Mobile eXperience Design Team) since December 2022. The company’s OLED 2.0 tech is expected to bring a significant upgrade to the Galaxy’s innovation journey!
Apple’s under display camera iPhone to arrive when Samsung’s UPC ages 5 years!
Apple completely ditched the display notch with the iPhone 15 lineup this year. Well, Apple is expected to launch iPhone with under-display camera technology after 2026. The company’s camera supplier has reportedly begun the development of under panel camera.
TheElec sources say that LG Innotek was found to have begun advanced development of UPC. The company is developing a special lens called the “Freeform Optic” lens to overcome the limitations of the existing under-panel camera tech – insufficient light quantity.
It is reported that Apple received under-display camera samples for iPhone from related companies but evaluated its performance as unsatisfactory. However, the US tech giant plans to apply Underpanel Face ID to the front of the iPhone before applying UPC.
By applying a freeform lens, the thickness of the peripheral lens can be controlled, thereby reducing the aberration of the optical system and optical module and increasing the light ratio around the optical system and optical module, the image quality of the area can be improved.
It’s worth noting that Samsung has been applying UPC to the internal screen of the Galaxy Z Fold series since 2021. The camera specifications are still low, with the UPC applied to last year’s Galaxy Z Fold 4 and this year’s Z Fold 5 limited to 4-megapixel.