12 March 2020
When Apple introduced the new iPhone 11 lineup, it also talked about a new camera app feature called "Slofie". It is a feature that makes use of the selfie camera to shoot slow-motion videos. And now, Samsung has added the same front-camera slow-motion video recording feature to its own devices with the One UI 2.0 beta.
As spotted and shared by SamMobile, the feature can be accessed by opening the default camera app in the front-camera mode. It is currently available only on the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series as these are the only lineups that have received the One UI 2.0 beta. All you need to do is to select the option, tap the video recording button, and let the app do its magic.
It is worth noting that the slow-motion video feature does not let you do any customizations before recording the video. After the recording is done, you can then choose to edit the same and make it even slower. In other words, you can adjust the slow-motion speed only after the video has been recorded.
One UI 2.0 beta is the latest iteration of Samsung's custom Android skin meant for Galaxy devices. It is based on Android 10 which is the latest Android version from Google. Even though it is available only for the latest flagships now, it will come to other devices as well. But whether Samsung will release the front camera slow-motion video feature for all those devices, it is something that we will have to wait and see.