The Galaxy S9 may record video at 1000fps

Samsung Galaxy S9

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ are highly anticipated smartphones of 2018. The Samsung Galaxy S8 brought the bezel-less trend in 2017 and hence the hopes are high for it’s successor. It is worthy to note that Samsung has sent out press invites for it’s event on 25th February.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and the S9 Plus are expected to make major improvements in the camera department given that the press invite contains the terms “The Camera Re-imagined”.

To recollect, previous reports claimed that the Galaxy S9 will support variable apertures for the same lens. However, the purpose and the implementation is unknown. This made us wonder about the need of dual cameras given that multiple aperture counts could feature in a single lens.

Now a Chinese tipster has claimed that the Samsung galaxy S9 will be able to record video at 1000 frames per second. This would result in a super-slow motion video that would be truly exceptional. The Sony XZ Premium can currently record super slow mo video upto 960fps but the clips have to be short.

If this report is indeed true, Samsung may set a benchmarks for smartphone cameras in 2018. This is especially needed given the fact that the Pixel 2 has dominated the camera department for quite some time now.