The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are two awesome devices for video-recording, as they offer both HD and 4K at 60frames per second film and optical picture adjustment, similar to Apple’s more current iPhones. Unlike Sony’s Xperia XZ2 which can record a HDR video at 10-bit, but max 4K recording at 30frames per second.
Just like the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X, you can switch the video to 60fps but with warnings about large video files and so on. However, there is another restriction that Samsung has set for both the Exynos 9810, and the Snapdragon 845 variants of the new Galaxy S9 and S9+ The 5-minute recording cap for recording. The company is opting to include this limit due to various reasons like memory, processing power, and so on. Initially Samsung enabled you to just catch five minutes of 4K 30fps video, and now similar confinements go to the novel 4K 60fps standard.
So it’s smarter to take no chances, and limit your shooting of 4K 60fps to five minutes or less, in case your phones goes all hot and hangs and also not to forget, the huge amount of internal memory this high definition video will occupy.