Galaxy Note 8 will eventually shoot 4K 60FPS video

Samsung teases 4K 60FPS video shooting abilities for Galaxy Note 8, coming soon.

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Apple is the first with a smartphone that shoots 4K 60FPS footage with their new iPhones, but Samsung is going to be joining the 4K 60FPS party with their larger than life Galaxy Note 8 smartphone.

Galaxy Note 8 will eventually shoot 4K 60FPS video |

Samsung is now teasing that it will ha ve 4K 60FPS video shooting abilities on the Galaxy Note 8, something that popped up on the promotional page for Samsung's latest flagship. Samsung teased: "Go beyond FUll HD with 4K UHD video. Galaxy Note8 shoots 4K Ultra High Definition video at 60fps, so everything you capture looks stunning and vibrant".

Shooting 4K 60FPS video is going to chew through some serious internal storage, so it's great that Samsung includes expandable storage through microSD cards on the Note 8. Apple might have the 256GB of storage on its tapped out iPhones, but 256GB isn't that much these days - especially when you're shooting 4K 60FPS.

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