Samsung fresh Galaxy S21 Ultra is in many ways better than the cheaper S21 models – especially in cameras and camera features. In one case, however, Ultra stays at the feet of its sister models, SamMobile points out.
With the Galaxy S9, Samsung introduced super slow motion video recording, where the camera captures up to 960 frames per second. Similar slow motion video recording has certainly been seen in phones from other manufacturers such as Huawei and Sony’s flagship models.
The Galaxy S21 and S21 + record slow motion videos at their best at 960 frames per second, but with a larger and slower sensor, the S21 Ultra is capable of “only” 480 frames per second.
The end user may not even notice the difference, as Samsung says on its product pages that the slow motion video is “digitally enhanced” to look like it was captured at 960 frames per second.
A similar difference was seen last year with S20 phones. There is no mention of this difference on Samsung’s Finnish website, however on the English language pages it is mentioned.
Source: Tivi by www.tivi.fi.
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