Galaxy S9/S9+ new update brings 480 FPS super slow-mo video recording

Samsung has added a new option for super slow-motion videos on the Galaxy S9/S9+ in the latest software update. As noted by Reddit users, July security update arrived with a new option for slow-motion recording.

One of the camera‘s features for the Galaxy S9/S9+ is the ability to record videos in 960 FPS ultra slow-mo. With a new update, there’s a new option for recording manual slow-motion videos at 480 FPS for 0.4 seconds.

The big difference here is that you can choose when to start recording slow-motion clip, unlike the 960 FPS mode that automatically chooses for you. But the 480 FPS video is limited to 720p.

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This mode is rolling out to unlocked Galaxy S9 and S9+ owners alongside the July security patch. You can check for the update by going into Settings>System update.

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