Not long after rolling out the much-awaited Android 9 Pie update for the Razer Phone 2, the company has now released an update for the handset’s camera app. The update brings the ability to record video at 60 frames per second. Users will now be able to record videos in 1080p and 4K at 60fps once they have the latest version of the camera app installed on their device.


“Support for 60FPS video recording has been added! Record your favorite moments with gloriously smooth framerates. Android P update required to unlock this feature,” mentions the official changelog of the update.

The Android 9 Pie update is required to make use of this new feature in the camera app. So users will have to first make sure that they are running the latest iteration of Android on the device before they can start recording video at 60 frames per second.

The option will allow Razer Phone 2 owners to capture video that’s more smooth and appears to be more natural. That’s certainly not a bad ability to have on a modern device. Once the Razer Phone 2 is updated to Android Pie, the latest camera app can then be used to record 1080p and 4K video at 60 frames per second.

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