Though Galaxy Note 9 does not seem to offer any particular upgrades from outside, Samsung has been making significant improvements to the software and more especially to photography.

In February, along with the debut of the Galaxy S9 and S9+, Samsung announced a new Super Slow Motion mode that lets you capture video at 960 frames per second at 720p resolution.

However, this interesting feature can only last 0.2 seconds at this frame rate. What Samsung did, however, is to offer us more interesting ways to use it, including automatic mode that activates the recording when it detects motion.

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It looks like the South Korean giant wants to improve things and allow Galaxy Note 9 to shoot 0.4 seconds of video in more frames per second – twice as much as what is possible now.

So far, however, the resolution remains at 720p, which gives advantage to Xperia XZ2 and Xperia XZ3. It is possible we to see a software update for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ to increase their capabilities, but it is not clear when and whether this will happen.

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