How To Record Slow Motion Videos At 1080p on Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+

We will be teaching you the steps to take in order to record Slow motion videos at 1080p on Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+. This will help you get a lot more clearer and brighter videos on your Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ were released earlier this year in all its glory. Like every other device out there in the market, we have seen a lot of new features about the device. Also, we have seen people complain about minor bugs on their Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+. One of which being the GPS problem. Which we have written an article already on how to fix GPS problem on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+.

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Apart from the complaints, we have also seen and are still discovering about new features about the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+. One of which is the ability to record slow-mo videos at 1080p. Although, some other phones have this capability. Phones like the LG V30, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the Apple iPhone X just to name a few. Which makes it seems as if Samsung was late to the party. But it is better late than never right?

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However, a lot of these phones can let you capture 1080p but they can only do that at 240fps. And if you want to shoot at 960fps you would have to do that at the expense of the pixel quality which will be reduced to 720p. Hopefully, as processors get stronger, then maybe the camera we will have then might be able to shoot 1080p at 960fps. Possibly, 4k resolution in the distant future. But for now, we will have to make do with what we have.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ camera have been automatically configured out of the box to shoot 720p videos but only at 960fps. You can change this in the camera settings and take it up to 1080p at 240fps. That’s if the pixel quality is what you are after and don’t really care about the frame per second rate.

How To Record Slow Motion Videos At 1080p on Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+

⚫ Make sure your Device Is Turned On.

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⚫ Launch The Camera App and Navigate To Video Record.

⚫ Click On The Settings Icon.

⚫ Scroll Down Till you see Edit Camera Modes.

⚫ Tap Rear Camera.

Check The Box For Slow Motion.

⚫ Go back and Shoot your videos in 1080p.


With the way phone cameras are going these days, standard cameras might go extinct anytime soon. Who knows, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ and other phones with amazing cameras like the Huawei P20 Pro with 3 Cameras might be used for professional photography.

You can now go ahead and record Slow motion videos at 1080 on Your Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+. There also a lot of other settings in the camera you can play around with to get the best out of your photography.

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