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See some Galaxy S9 super slow-mo videos here!

Between the adjustable aperture and the option to record “super” slow-motion videos, it’s hard to say which of the two Galaxy S9 camera features Samsung is prouder of. For the regular consumer, slow-motion videos make for better marketing material, and Samsung has certainly not been shy about touting how its new flagships can take awesome slow-mo clips. For those who haven’t been keeping up, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ can take slow-motion videos at 960 frames per second – that’s the slowest you can go on any smartphone out there with a motion detection feature that automatically captures slow-mo clips every time there’s movement in the frame.

Galaxy S9 super slow-mo videos

That’s not all. The camera also adds a music track to every slow-motion video, with the option for you to choose between various preloaded tracks or your own music. We’ll be holding back a detailed look at the Galaxy S9 and S9+’ slow-motion capabilities for our review, but that doesn’t mean you have to wait to catch a few real-life examples of slow-motion videos recorded by the new Samsung flagships. We’ve managed to capture a couple of super slow-mo videos around the streets of Barcelona, and they’re embedded below for your viewing pleasure. Check them out and let us know your thoughts down in the comments section!

If you haven’t already, read our hands-on experience and also check out some high-resolution photos of the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+. Also read how Samsung went about making the Galaxy S9 and S9+ more durable compared to the company’s previous flagships. We also have a few deals that you can take advantage of to get discounts and other bonuses on the S9 or S9+, sorted by country.

Last but not the least, the official wallpapers from the Galaxy S9 are available as well. For other coverage on the new phones, we have a list of all our articles in this post, so go ahead and get up to speed with what the latest and greatest Galaxy flagships offer.

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Sbeatzmusic
Sbeatzmusic

“Super Slow mo” is a non sense feature for me on that 720p resolution. Yes, I know, it’s just a phone but who wants to see a video in that bad video quality (like on old sony ericsson phones) in 2018?
Is there a 1080p 480fps option too? Some say yes, some say no. If yes, then everything is fine. 🙂

Ray Hahn Jr.
Ray Hahn Jr.

So can you shoot a video in 4k and hit slow more and when slow mo kicks on it drops down to 720p then goes back up to 4k after slow motion stops or does it have to be 720p all the way through?

Petsiotis Dimitris
Petsiotis Dimitris

I think the whole video has to be 720p.

Sbeatzmusic
Sbeatzmusic

Of course the whole video has to be 720p.

aakanayev
aakanayev

Are those full res?

JPSMR94
JPSMR94

720p

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

is there a length limit for the slow mode videos?

Yousef206
Yousef206

Yes 2 sec

mateusz1807
mateusz1807

0,2 sec

ABOOD RAHMAN
ABOOD RAHMAN

@Abhijeet,
Are these taken in HEVC Codec, or Please, Can You Provide links for some HEVC Samples.
Would be Heartily Appreciated.

antonmassoud
antonmassoud

Those are incredible videos ^^