iPhone 8 Could Get High Frame Rate Recording at UHD Resolutions – 60 Frames Per Second Definitely Sounds Like a Mouthful
From its powerful A11 SoC to its edge-to-edge glass, the iPhone 8 will definitely be miles ahead of any iPhone that we’ve seen to date. However, it appears that with everything going on, Apple also wants to focus on the optics of the upcoming flagship phone and according to the latest leaked line of code, the iPhone 8 could get a huge upgrade as far as video recording goes. How does 4K video recording at 60 frames per second sound?
Recording 4K Video Recording at 60 Frames Per Second Detailed, But No Indication of Video Recording Slow-Motion Videos at a 1,000 Frames Per Second
With the Galaxy S8 and Xperia XZ Premium getting access to recording slow-motion videos at 1,000 frames per second (this is limited to a resolution of 720p), it is fairly obvious that Apple would be working on a camera upgrade of its own to provide a worthy matchup. According to a line of code, the most exciting piece of evidence suggesting that the iPhone 8 camera will be able to record 4K footage at 60 frames per second has been given below:
However, that is not the only exciting thing about this leak; there’s another image which details that both the front and back camera of the smartphone will be capable of recording at the same resolution, which is a huge break for those who wanted to record high-end footage being captured from the front side of the device.
Compact devices like action cameras and smartphones were not able to record 4K footage at higher frame rates but it looks like we are moving to an era where 1080p video recording will look like child’s play for these powerful mobile computing machines. However, recording 4K footage at 60 frames per second means that storage will be eaten up rapidly which is why the iPhone 8 has been rumored to ship out with a 256GB model just like its predecessors.
Are you excited to see the iPhone 8 ship out with a 4K 60FPS recording upgrade? Tell us down in the comments.
Source: Twitter (Hamza Sood)