Samsung’s flagship Galaxy devices have cameras equipped with 4K UHD resolution capabilities including 4K video recording. And with Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra, you can record in an even higher resolution: 8K videos. It’s 4 times bigger than 4K UHD and allows you to pull high-resolution stills from every frame in your video with 8K Video Snap. Whether you shoot in 4K UHD or 8K, you will capture your surroundings in stunning detail. The Galaxy S20’s rear cameras can shoot 8K video at 30 frames per second while the front camera can shoot 4K video at 60 fps.
Samsung recently updated its flagships from 2019 with One UI 2.1. The latest version of Samsung’s One UI brought several useful features to the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 series. Along with many new features, Samsung added an ability to record 4K videos at 60FPS using the front camera on the Galaxy Note 10 and S10 devices. Now they can use the front camera to shoot 4K videos.
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The 4K 60fps option will only work when you have certain settings enabled in the Camera app. Before you take any videos, make sure UHD (60fps) is selected and that you have everything set up correctly.
To check everything:
Open the Camera app, and then tap Settings.
Tap Front video size, choose 16:9, and then make sure the Resolution is set to UHD (60 fps) 3480×2180.
Tap Back, and star recording 4K videos.