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During Apple’s iPhone X keynote, the company unveiled a total of three smartphones all designed with a purpose to give users more control when using these powerful handheld marvels of engineering. Apple has also improved the camera of these smartphones, but it looks like it took a bit digging to find out their true capabilities.
Where other flagship smartphones such as the Galaxy Note 8, Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 and several more are limited to recording 4K videos at 30FPS, Apple takes it one step further by allowing future users to record 4K footage at 60 frames per second. This is a development unlike any other as it takes a lot of data processing and storage to be able to store such content in smartphones but this is the first company to make this possible.
If you head down to Apple’s smartphone comparison charts between the iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8, you will notice that the company has provided a significant amount of love to all three smartphones in the video recording department.
In addition to recording 4K videos at 60FPS, all three models support slow-mo video recording. The resolution at which you can record slow-mo videos is 1080p, with the framerate limited to 240. Most phones like the Xperia XZ Premium and Galaxy S8 is able to scale past Apple’s latest generation of phones in slow-mo video recording, but the fact remains that none of them have been able to achieve what the giant has in UHD video recording.
All camera sensors also get optical image stabilization so there will be reduced camera shake in all the versions of Apple’s next-gen smartphone superstars. Pre-orders will start from September 15, so you can place an order and get it as early as September 22 to see how far Apple has come in smartphone videography.