Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 offer some fun program features, though those weren’t accessible on comparison hardware for a while. This week, Samsung has updated both a Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 with AR Emojis and Super Slow-Motion video…
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Over a past several days, Samsung has rolled out updates for both a Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 that broach these new facilities to comparison hardware (via XDA-Developers 1, 2). It’s misleading accurately how far-reaching of a rollout Samsung has kicked off here, though many users news saying it accessible on their devices.
For super slow-motion, users so distant news that video looks identical to a S9, though these comparison inclination are singular to regulating a 480fps choice that annals for 0.4 seconds. This is expected a limitation of a chipset powering a phone, as a Galaxy S8 and Note 8 both use an comparison Snapdragon 835. AR Emojis have also been combined to both of these devices, unchanged from their debut on a Galaxy S9.
These combined program facilities also come alongside Samsung’s rollout of a Sep confidence patch. If you’re a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy Note 8 owner, contingency are you’ll accept these facilities whenever that same confidence patch hits your model/carrier.
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