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On Galaxy phones running Android Pie, the camera comes with different image and video modes. So, to record a video, more steps are involved after launching the camera application. This is something most users have not fully adjusted to, and Samsung has showed no sign to go back to their pre-Android Pie camera UI where the clip recording button was always obvious and possessed no dedicated mode for it.

But, not to worry, it is possible to always go straight into the camera’s video recording mode. To achieve this, just create a shortcut to the camera’s video mode on your home screen. This can happen because of Android’s App Shortcuts feature. This feature has been part of Android since Android 7.1 Nougat and it grants you shortcuts to use several functionality from inside an application by long-pressing the application’s icon on the home screen or in the application drawer. To access the shortcuts easily, simply place them on the home screen.

On Samsung devices running Android Pie with the fresh One UI interface, App Shortcuts let you open the camera application in image or video recording mode. And this shortcut can be directed to your homescreen to ensure your minutes do not get wasted unnecessarily by launching the camera application and then switching to clip mode whenever you intend to record a clip.

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How Can I Quickly Start Camera In Video Recording Mode?

It is not complicated. Just long press the camera application’s icon on the homescreen or in the application drawer till a pop-up menu with Image and Clip options is visible, then click and hold the Clip option and have it moved to an empty side of the homescreen to create a home for the shortcut. This shortcut can now be utilized to move straight to the video recording mode in the camera application.

What You Should Know About The Galaxy S10

Its features include:

Weight: 157g
Dimensions: 149.9 x 70.4 x 7.8mm
OS: Android 9
Screen size: 6.1-inch
Resolution: QHD+
CPU: Octa-core chipset
RAM: 8GB
Storage: 128/512GB
Battery: 3,400mAh
Rear camera: 16MP + 12MP + 12MP
Front camera: 10MP

Released on March 8, 2018, several lovers of the brand started pre-ordering before it even got launched. The screen failed to dash the hopes of users as they are so apt, “our competitors are even using them” according to Samsung brand manager, Paul Guzek, which was obviously an Apple dig.

Samsung actually made a very bold move with the Galaxy S10, due to its punch-hole approach, they decided to no longer have anything to do with the larger top and bottom bezel from 2018 ang gave to the world, a more robust face in the process.

The device possesses 12-megapixel wide-angle lens that is able to swap between f/1.5 and f/2.4 settings, and a 16MP ultra-wide lens at f/2.2 and a 12MP telephoto lens at f/2.4. This versatility makes the entire experience with the camera, a beautiful one.

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Also, the Samsung’s Exynos 9820 chip powers the Galaxy S10 in European countries while the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 in America, and both aid a very rapid performance.

With Samsung’s 3,400mAh battery, you worry less about your device shutting down after a short period of time and it even offers wireless charging.

As for storage, Samsung has you covered with 128GB that can be upgraded to 512GB, including a microSD option.

All in all, it is a device you do not regret paying for.


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