Samsung Galaxy Phones Will Soon Have IPhone 11’s 'slofie' Feature

Posted: Oct 28 2019, 5:28am CDT | by , in Technology News

 

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Samsung Galaxy phones will soon have iPhone 11’s ‘slofie’ feature

The battle for the best camera phone is heating up.

One of the biggest selling points of the iPhone 11, at least for content creators and people who love posting selfies on social media, is the “slofie” feature that lets users take videos of themselves in slow motion.

The iPhone 11’s slofie shoots videos from the 12MP TrueDepth front camera of the phone at 120 frames per second.

Now, there’s word that the slofie is also coming to Samsung Galaxy phones in the future. That is according to a report by Sam Mobile, which cited the beta for One UI 2.0.

One UI 2.0 is Samsung’s new interface for its smartphones. According to Sam Mobile, the feature was included in Samsung’s beta for One UI 2.0 and Android 10.

As with the iPhone 11’s slofie camera feature, Samsung’s version of this camera tool will also not get any customization options, the website said. However, users can still edit recorded slow motion videos and reduce their playback speed later on, but not when they take the actual videos.

Samsung’s One UI 2.0 beta for Android 10 devices has already rolled out across the United States, Germany, India, Samsung’s home market of South Korea, and most recently, in China, according to a separate report by Sam Mobile.

Samsung announced last week that One UI 2.0 will feature a number of changes to users of Android 10 devices including smaller notifications and call bar when an app is open. One UI 2.0 will also come with an enhanced Dark Mode for S10 phones.

To join the beta, you will need to have a Samsung account. The program is available for the Galaxy S10e/S10/S10+/S10 5G and other devices with Android 10 OS.

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