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The HTC U11 seems to be getting some impressive updates. After rolling out Alexa to the handset, the Taiwanese firm has confirmed that it’ll soon be pushing out a 60fps recording mode to the device.
The confirmation comes via a tweet from the official HTC USA account, which reveals the new mode that will land on all U11 devices.
The #HTCU11 keeps getting better: 60 FPS video recording support will be rolling out over the next couple of months to devices everywhere. pic.twitter.com/Z7iSbFTmt5
— HTC USA (@HTCUSA) August 7, 2017
As of now, the 12MP rear-facing camera on the U11 offers 30fps recording at both 1080p and 2160p, but not 60fps like the Samsung Galaxy S8 or LG G6. Getting 60fps would result in smoother motion, a recording which more closes matches what you see with your eyes and the ability to slow down footage to half speed without degradation of quality.
Simply put, you will be able to capture better-looking and more true to life videos on your HTC U11 when the update arrives, but at just 1080p.
HTC is yet to confirm when exactly the update will roll out.