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Samsung's next-gen Galaxy S22 might shoot 8K 60FPS video in 2022
Samsung's next-gen Galaxy S22 Ultra should shoot 8K 60FPS video, overheats the phone so much that 5 minute time limits could apply.
Samsung's new Galaxy S20 offers easy-to-shoot 8K video abilities
Samsung's new Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra all shoot 8K video.
Qualcomm shows off first 8K video shot on Snapdragon 865
Qualcomm shares the first 8K video shot on its new Snapdragon 865 chip.
Samsung Galaxy S20+ will shoot 8K video at 30FPS
Samsung will include 8K video shooting abilities on its new flagship Galaxy S20+ smartphone.
Apple's new Mac Pro can playback 16K video: 64x more pixels than 1080p
You'll need the $2000 optional Apple Afterburner card, but it'll power 16K resolution video (which is insane)
ZTE Nubia Z20: flexi-display tech, 8K video recording
ZTE's new Nubia Z20 smartphone rocks 8K video recording abilities.
NHK engineers began 8K research all the way back in 1995
NHK started its journey towards 8K back in 1995, and will see it on show during the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
RED Digital Cinema teams with NVIDIA for 8K movie editing
NVIDIA's new Quadro RTX 6000 can playback, edit and color-grade RAW 8K footage, eliminating the need of a $20K dual-processor workstation.
NHK to show off 8K 240FPS and 8K VR at NAB next week
NHK will be showing off 8K at 240FPS for super slow motion at NAB next week.
VLC's new 3.0 supports 8K video, HDR, and even Chromecast
The new update to VLC will include support for 8K video, HDR, HD audio passthrough and Chromecast support.
Japan being Japan teases 8K video streaming over a 5G network
8K video being streamed over a 5G network is a thing, before 8K and 5G are actual things.
Panasonic GH5 reportedly capable of shooting 6K at 30FPS
Panasonic's next-gen camera will shoot 6K video, teases 8K video for 2020.
The world's first 360-degree 8K video has hit YouTube
Dubai360 has uploaded what they're calling the world's first 360-degree 8K video.