This year you will shoot movies with smartphones in 4K quality and 120 frames per second There are already smartphones that shoot movies in 8K quality, but slowmotion movies have recently become very popular. Unfortunately, smartphones can only shoot movies in 4K quality and at 60 frames per second, which is not enough.

Now that is about to change for the better. You will be able to create beautiful slowmotion videos with stabilization. The first smartphone that can handle 4K at 120 frames per second is to be Samsung Note 21 and S21 Ultra. Yesterday the premiere of the latter took place, but with the current software, the smartphone will not allow recording in more than 60 frames per second. This will change in a few months with the new update.

Both devices have the latest ISOCELL HM3 matrix. Koreans boast that it is the most advanced sensor in the tech girl history. It combines technologies that have been developed in recent years for the Galaxy and Note series of smartphones.

The ISOCELL HM3 sensor has a size of 1 / 1.33 ″, pixels of 0.8 µm and consumes 6.5 percent less current in the frame preview mode than in previous designs. The matrix also allows you to shoot movies in 8K quality at 30 frames per second. The matrix offers the possibility of taking photos in the quality of up to 108 MP, which, combined with new, bright optics, gives amazing results.

Although this resolution is not new, Samsung ensures that it is a completely different quality compared to what we could see in smartphones from the previous year's Galaxy and Note lines, as well as other manufacturers.