Samsung introduced its Super Slow-Motion video capture feature with the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ earlier this year. It goes without saying that this feature will also be present on its second flagship of the year, the upcoming Galaxy Note 9. According to a new report, the Galaxy Note 9 will actually be able to capture more footage when it’s in the Super Slow-Motion video capture mode.


The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ were initially capable of capturing 0.2 seconds of a moment in slow-motion at 960 frames per second. A firmware update was recently released for the Galaxy S9 which added the ability to capture more of a moment in slow-motion by doubling the time limit to 0.4 seconds, however, it could only do that in 480 frames per second.

The Galaxy Note 9 is understandably expected to offer this feature as well. It may allow users to capture 0.4 seconds of slow motion footage but there’s a possibility that it might allow them to do that at 960 frames per second.

There has obviously been no official confirmation about this feature from Samsung as yet and we can be sure that the company won’t really say anything about it until August 9th when it’s due to launch the Galaxy Note 9 officially.

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Product NameGalaxy Note 9Galaxy S9
Diagonal (inches)6.4"5.8"
Battery Capacity (mAh)4000 mAh3000 mAh
Processor NameSnapdragon 845Snapdragon 845
RAM Options6GB4GB
Street Price$605 Galaxy Note 9 on Amazon$445 Galaxy S9 on Amazon
Link to full specsGalaxy Note 9 Full specs and detailsGalaxy S9 Full specs and details
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