Slow-motion is one of the best smartphone camera features that more and more people are starting to love. Being able to capture life's moments in slow-motion, and share them on social media, is a blast.
One thing the Galaxy Note 9 can do that most other phones can't, is record video at a crazy 960 frames per second. Yes, that's almost 1,000 FPS.
The Galaxy Note 8 only did 240 FPS, so you're getting a huge boost here. That's cool, right?
Fire up slow-motion on the Galaxy Note 9 camera and choose automatic slow-mo or manual. It only captures a small area, so we recommend using the auto mode at first until you figure it out. On auto, you simply select an area or subject, and it starts recording when there's movement in that spot, and automatically slows down the most important part of the clip. Then, you'll instantly get an impressive 6-second clip to share on social media. You can even add music or edit it to play backward if you want.
Bonus tip: You can set your slow-mo videos as the lockscreen background wallpaper. Now that's cool