Galaxy Note 9 Will Record Longer “0.4 Sec” Super Slow-Mo Videos, Says Rumor


Rumour has it that Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s super slow-mo 960fps video recording would be longer than the company’s recent flagship device; Samsung Galaxy S9. So this time, the anticipated note device would take slow-mo to a whole new level

According to a tweet by @Samsung_News_, the upcoming top-of-the-line Galaxy device from Samsung will have a 960fps super slow motion recording for up to 0.4 seconds, double of Samsung Galaxy S9 whose revolutionary variable aperture camera setup records up to 0.2 sec.

Just like all the rumors that churn out in the rumor mill, this one is no different, i.e., Samsung has not made any official comment on the leak. But there is one fact that Samsung has confirmed – it’s coming on August 9th.

Other rumors suggest that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will pack an enormous 4000 mAh battery. And the design would be pretty much similar to Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

Galaxy Note 9’s S-Pen would have some fancy new features. It’s known that the S-Pen will be Bluetooth enabled. Also, it would be remotely used to click photos. And the best part – it’s coming in bright blue and bright yellow colors.

Regarding the price, there haven’t been any info leaks, but since the Galaxy S9+ went for a starting price of $840, Note 9 would lie somewhere between $950 and $1100.

It’s only a matter of time before Samsung reveals the new addition to its Galaxy Note series. So let’s remain calm and wait for the company’s exciting devices at the forthcoming New York event.

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Charanjeet Singh

Charanjeet Singh

Charanjeet owns an iPhone but his love for Android customization lives on. If you ever ask him to choose between an iPhone, Pixel or Xiaomi; better if you don't.
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