SamsungSamsung Galaxy S24's Instant Slow-Mo Trait Headed To Older Galaxy Phones

Samsung Galaxy S24’s Instant Slow-Mo Trait Headed To Older Galaxy Phones

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Among the many AI features that have made their way into the Samsung Galaxy S24 is Instant Slow-Mo, which intelligently adds extra frames to regular videos to turn them into smooth slow-motion clips. It has now come to light that this particular trait is on its way to older Galaxy handsets as well.

Samsung has confirmed this news via its official South Korean community forum, where a moderator has confirmed that as many as eight older Samsung Galaxy handsets will be getting the feature in the coming weeks.

These include the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, Galaxy S23 Ultra, Galaxy Tab S9, Galaxy Tab S9+, Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra, Galaxy Z Flip 5, and the Galaxy Z Fold 5. The common factor for all these devices is that they run on the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 platform.

Samsung has said that the neural processing and graphic processing units present on this chip are what have enabled the Instant Slow-Mo trait to work on these phones. That’s because it requires a minimum processing speed of 16.6 milliseconds for 60fps videos, which is provided by the Qualcomm chip.

When the Samsung Galaxy S24 was unveiled in January, its Galaxy AI suite was the main talking point. Features like Circle to Search, Live Translate, Note Assist, and more turned out to be an evolution of the implementation of AI features on smartphones.

However, this was followed by news that some of the Galaxy AI features will be placed behind a paywall after a while. There’s still quite some ambiguity surrounding this topic but owners of the phones can rest assured that no services will be disrupted before the end of 2025.

As for when the Samsung Galaxy S24’s Instant Slow-Mo feature will be doled out to other Galaxy devices, there’s still no word on it.

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