Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus users will accept Super Slow Motion video and AR Emoji facilities in a subsequent update, according to user reports on Reddit (via XDA Developers). The new camera facilities are pronounced to come with a Sep confidence patch, which numerous Reddit users contend they have already received.
The most exciting thing about a dual facilities is that they were both creatively disdainful to a Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus, and, more recently, a Galaxy Note 9. While reports from progressing this month also suggested that a Galaxy Note 8 would accept a features, this is a initial we have listened about them entrance to the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
AR Emoji is a underline that allows users to emanate personalized 3D emojis and GIFs formed on their coming that users can afterwards share these on amicable media or in messages.
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According to a Reddit reports, Super Slow Motion on a Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus lets users record 720p video during 480fps.
This is reduction than a Super Slow Motion found on a Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus that can record 720p video during 960fps. The Galaxy S8 can already record slow-motion video, but usually during 720p and 240fps.
According to a screenshot posted on Reddit, a refurbish is 533.10MB. There have been reports of users receiving a refurbish in Germany, Greece, and a U.S. It mostly takes time for a refurbish to be rolled out to everyone, however, so we might have to wait a while to accept it.