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Samsung suggests that the Galaxy S9 will record video in slow motion at 480fps

Without wanting to, Samsung has revealed one of the most important innovations of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.

The company published a new page with the different innovations and benefits offered by its cameras in cell phones, with the ISOCELL sensors that it has been using for some years.

The page, discovered by the GalaxyClub blog , now appears blank, but thanks to the Google cache it is possible to see those details again.

Many of the features found on the page are already available on cell phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S8 , Galaxy S8 Plus and Galaxy Note 8, but there are others that have not yet made their debut, so it is very possible that they will arrive in the expected Galaxy S9 .

Samsung mentions a three-layer sensor that would allow capturing videos in slow motion with a Full HD resolution at 480fps (frames per second).

This is a technology similar to the sensors with layers that Sony has implemented in cell phones such as the Xperia XZ Premium and Xperia XZ1  that allow recording videos in slow motion up to 960fps, with an HD resolution.

This represents an important change, since the Galaxy S8 allows to record only video in slow motion at 240fps with an HD resolution (or 60fps with a Full HD resolution).

On the other hand, the company also explains that its new sensor allows to focus faster than before with the “Super PD” autofocus on the sensor that is still double pixel.

Thanks to this combination, Samsung says that the sensor can calculate the distance of moving objects to achieve better results, even in low light situations.

The company has not confirmed that these will be news that will arrive in the Galaxy S9, but the company will present the devices at the end of February at the World Congress of Mobile Devices ( MWC 2018 ).

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Tapan is a 20 years old and a current college going kid from India who loves to write and read about mobile technology. He covers almost everything but mainly he covers the news section. You can follow him on Facebook.

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