Earlier this year, Samsung released its new Galaxy S21 flagship series. The S21 lineup includes three smartphones, the Galaxy S21, the Galaxy S21 +, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra. As always, these new high-profile phones come with a lot of new camera features as the company has camera-centric handsets in the Galaxy S series.
Directors View is one of the most advanced features introduced with the Galaxy S21 series. When enabled, this function allows users to simultaneously record video from all available camera lenses on the Galaxy S21/+ or Galaxy S21 Ultra. It offers a preview from the front camera, which gives it a director-like feel.
Recently, Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 +, Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy Note 20, and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra users received a new camera feature – Dual Recording, a stripped-down version of the Galaxy S21 director view. This feature allows Galaxy S20 and Note 20 lineup smartphone owners to record video from the front and rear (primary) cameras.
Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy S20: Dual Recording – How to use?
- Simply open the stock Camera app
- Find the More option and select it
- Here, you can find a newly added Dual Recording tool
- Tap the Dual Recording icon.
- Make sure your Galaxy Note 20 or Galaxy S20 model updated to the May 2021 security patch.