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Samsung's Galaxy Note9 might be able to film longer clips when shooting at 960fps

Source: Evan Blass

We are just a couple weeks away from Samsung's Unpacked event, where it is expected that the company will announce its next flagship, the Galaxy Note9. Although we have already seen plenty of the phone through leaks and renders, a new nugget of information has appeared regarding a unique feature of the handset's camera.

According to SamsungMobile.News Twitter account, the Galaxy Note9 will be able to shoot in 'Super slow-mo' just like the Galaxy S9 and S9+ but will be able to capture more footage, extending the time from 0.2 seconds to 0.4 seconds. It is unclear at what resolution it will be shooting at, but if similar to the Galaxy S9, it should be at 720p resolution.

As for the phone's other specifications, it should arrive with a 6.4-inch QHD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, and either the option of 6GB or 8GB RAM. As far as the battery goes, it is rumored that the new device will have a 4,000mAh battery. The device is also expected to arrive with an improved S Pen stylus that will offer an enhanced experience over its predecessor.

Although we do have a couple weeks until the expected announcement, Samsung has started teasing its event with the promise of better battery, storage, and speed.

Source: SamsungMobile.News (Twitter)

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