One of the features of the new iPhone 11 is that the front camera gives users the ability to shoot slow motion videos. Apple called these same videos slofies, and promoted them on video.
One UI 2.0 brings slofies to the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10
If you think you need an iPhone to take a picture slofie, you're wrong. In the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 which will soon hit the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 it will also be possible to record slow motion videos with the front camera.
In a video shared by the SamMobile site, we see the feature being used. Samsung's front camera doesn't have the same quality as the new iPhones, but the possibility will be present in the future version.
The Open Beta version of One UI 2.0 has already begun to reach Samsung's latest high-end, and all users of these devices will soon have access to its stable version.
As noted by SamMobile, no initial customization can be made on slow motion videos taken by the front camera. Just press the record button, and start the “adventure”. In the end, you can edit the videos to make them "even slower".
Note that it is not possible to record videos in super slow motion with the front camera, because they only record small moments. As with iPhones, it remains to be seen if this is a feature that users use a lot.
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