recording of 4K videos at 60 fps is blocked at only 5 minutes

recording of 4K videos at 60 fps is blocked at only 5 minutes

4K videos at 60 fps (frames per second) captured with the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are capped at 5 minutes. This limitation would serve to prevent users from filling the flagship's memory too quickly. Other video modes are also concerned such as the super slow motion that we had the opportunity to test during our visit to the Samsung booth MWC 2018. Ceilings are commonplace on smartphones to avoid saturating the memory of devices too fast. The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are official since Sunday, February 25, 2018. Both flagships are available with memory capacity ranging from 64 to 256 GB of memory. It is possible to expand the memory with an SD card with a maximum capacity of 256 GB. Despite the fact that the storage space is generous, the Korean preferred to implement a software limitation to warn users .
The Galaxy S9 caps at 5 minutes for recording videos in 4K at 60 FPS
Our takeover of the Galaxy S9 during its official presentation revealed a timid evolution of its design compared to the S8. Nevertheless, the photo part has undergone a great evolution, as the expression "the habit does not make the monk". Indeed, the camera is able to take snapshots of incredible precision and the video was also put in the spotlight. The flagship is capable of doing super slow motion at 960 FPS by triggering it automatically after detecting fast movement.
The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are limited to 5 minutes of video in 4K at a rate of 60 frames per second and similar limitations are present for super slow motion mode AndroidHeadlines highlights. By default the camera application is set to 30 fps in 4K. Users wishing to switch to a higher rate will have to take into account this technical limitation. The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are available for pre-order since March 1 at a price of 859 and 959 euros respectively.

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