Samsung introduced a Super Slow-motion video recording mode with the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ this year that’s capable of recording slow motion video at a very impressive 960 frames per second. Sony has already been able to hit this mark with its high-end devices as well. It seems that Huawei is going to offer a similar feature on its upcoming P20 lineup. Even if it doesn’t the almost 1,000 fps mark, the latest leak hints at an improved slow-motion video recording feature. A teaser for the Huawei P20 has been leaked online today which clearly highlights the slow-motion capabilities of the camera.


It’s unclear if this feature will be offered across the entire lineup or only on the P20 Pro which is said to be the model with a triple camera system at the back.

Huawei will more likely be introducing an improved version of this video capture mode and might not quite hit the 960fps mark as that requires a dedicated camera sensor aided by stacked memory that’s absolutely crucial for capturing the countless frames at up to 1080p resolution.

Huawei hasn’t officially confirmed anything right now regarding its new P20 lineup so we’ll have to wait until March 27th to find out more. That’s when the company is going to officially unveil its new handsets.

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