Since Galaxy S9’s launch, Samsung has introduced several updates as it continues to bring new features for the company’s flagship device. Back in June, the company added support for FM radio to unlocked version of the smartphone. And now, the latest update introduces some new features to S9’s camera.
The latest features were first spotted by users on Reddit who revealed the latest update adds the ability to capture slow motion video and 720p resolution over 0.4 seconds which ultimately results in a 12-second clip. The Galaxy S9 was Samsung’s first smartphone to give users ability to record 960 fps at 0.2 seconds. With the latest update, users will now have more option to record slow motion videos.
However, in manual mode, users will no longer be able to record at 960 fps as the previous feature has been replaced with the latest mode. In order to record at the highest framerate, users will need to use automatic mode which automatically starts recording in slow motion. The recent update is currently rolling out to users from different regions. Rumors have suggested that the company will include the latest camera mode to the Galaxy S9 model which is expected to be announced later next month.