Just one week into the Samsung Galaxy S10 presentation, we learned new things about the smartphone's video capabilities, including HDR10 + video recording with stabilization, or super slow motion.
The future Galaxy S10 (credit: WinFuture)
It's February 20, in just a week, that Samsung should officially unveil its next three high-end smartphones, the Galaxy S10, S10E and S10 Plus. Nevertheless, while the Korean manufacturer wanted to keep some more ads for the day of the event, it seems that surprises will be scarce next week.
Indeed, the site XDA Developers was able to analyze the latest version of the Samsung Camera application, whose code reveals some features reserved for future Galaxy S10. Among the novelties, one can notably note the recording of videos in HDR with the standard HDR10 +, a first on smartphone. In addition, the application may automatically recommend using the ultra wide-angle lens of the smartphone if it deems necessary.
Ultra-slow mode should go from 960 frames per second in 720p to Full HD 1080p. A super stabilization mode for video has also been spotted, without knowing more about the details of this feature.
Here is the complete list of Galaxy S10 photo and video features that XDA Developers has spotted:
Super slow motion in 1080p
Super slow motion for 0.8 seconds
Bokeh effects in portrait mode
Photos in HEIF format
Optimization of scenes in ultra-wide angle mode
HDR10 + video recording
Ultra wide-angle video recording
Double capture with wide-angle
Improved automatic correction
Improved scene optimization
Super stabilization video.
A document has similar features
Some of these features and improvements correspond to those revealed by a document posted online this Tuesday by the GSM Arena website. The site specializing in the news of telephony has indeed received a document, immediately published, which reveals some of the new features expected on the new Galaxy S10 range. It can include the presence of a super-slow mode of 0.8 seconds, playback of HDR10 + video files, support Dolby Atmos for audio or the presence of a wide-angle object and an ultra wide-angle for the small model, the Samsung Galaxy S10E.
We should know more about the different models of Galaxy S10 at the conference scheduled by Samsung on February 20. In the meantime, do not hesitate to find our complete file to know all about the three smartphones.
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