With the holiday season just around the corner, Samsung has introduced new colour options for the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy Note9. At the moment, these colours are only available in selected markets.
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A week ago, Samsung had released a series of videos that made fun of the iPhone X‘s supposed shortcomings. The Korean smartphone maker has just released another batch of videos and this time they are taking a slingshot at the iPhone X’s notch. And yes, the notch guy is back and he brought his family along as well.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ comes with a super slow-mo feature that allows you to turn a 0.2 second moment into a dramatic 6-second clip at 960fps. To make capturing easier, it comes with an automatic detection feature which will trigger super slow-mo if an object appears in your selected area.
At such a high rate, you’ll need great lighting and it can get really noisy in less ideal situations. To strike a balance, it appears that Samsung is introducing a newer super slow-mo option with its upcoming software update.
If you always wanted to own the latest Galaxy S smartphone, Samsung Malaysia is making it easier to switch with its Yearly Upgrade Program. If you buy a Galaxy S9 or S9+ today, you can enjoy 10% off on the next Galaxy S flagship plus additional benefits with a one-time add-on fee.
After Sony introduced its 960fps super slow-mo on its flagship smartphones, other manufacturers such as Samsung and Huawei have jumped on the same bandwagon. Among the three, Samsung currently has the best execution with its automatic motion detection feature on the Galaxy S9 and S9+.
Instead of pressing the shutter button, you can draw a box and it will automatically trigger a slow-mo recording the moment a movement is detected. This makes it easier to capture super slow-mo as it’s quite tricky to capture the shot in a split-second moment.
If you have a Huawei P20 Pro, it appears that Huawei is introducing a similar feature very soon.