On January 14, Samsung introduced the new Samsung Galaxy S21 to the world. These are the three new high-end smartphones from the South Korean manufacturer for 2021 and, in addition to the base model, we have a Plus and Ultra version.
The latter is where Samsung concentrated its efforts, and has unique features. Among these we highlight the support for the S Pen (a debut in this line), or the combination of QuadHD resolution with 120Hz refresh rate. But there is something that cheaper models do, and Ultra does not.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is unable to record natively at 960 frames per second
A closer look at the specifications of the three models reveals that the Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus allow you to record natively in super slow motion (slow motion) at 960 frames per second. The S21 Ultra needs to use software to perform this action.
“On the Galaxy S21, users can record about 0.5 seconds of video captured at 960fps with approximately 16 seconds of playback”, it can be read on the Samsung website.
“On the Galaxy S21 Ultra, users can record about one second of captured video at 480fps and digitally enhance the video to 960fps with approximately 32 seconds of playback,” concludes the description.
As the Android Authority explains, “half of the frames captured by the S21 Ultra in this mode are essentially duplicated”. This means that, if the processing is not up to the task, the user may have unpleasant surprises with ghosting or blur in the video.
It is important to note that this same strategy has already been used by Samsung in the S20, because the 108MP sensors fail at this point. But the truth is that both the Exynos 2100 and Snapdragon 888 support recording at 960 frames per second.
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