Razer Telephone 2’s Android Pie replace provides 4k60FPS video recording

Razer Phone 2's Android Pie update adds 4k60FPS video recording

The Android Pie replace for the Razer Telephone 2 is simply across the nook. The unlocked Razer Telephone 2 models will obtain the replace on the 27th of February. Within the announcement article, I discussed that the replace was just about naked bones with solely the everyday Android Pie options. Razer didn’t actually didn’t carry something distinctive to the desk. A minimum of that’s what we thought, as a result of on the floor Android 9 on the Razer Telephone 2 seems to be precisely the identical as Android Oreo, other than Pie-specific options like navigation gestures and refined UI.

Razer Telephone 2 XDA Discussion board

Our Editor-in-Chief, Mishaal Rahman, discovered that Razer silently added 4K60fps video recording to the Razer Telephone 2. Surprisingly, the press launch of the replace didn’t point out something about this addition. It is rather straightforward to activate the brand new mode. All it’s a must to do is open the digicam, swap to video recording, and above the shooter button, faucet on the second icon to vary the decision, then the fifth icon to vary the framerate. Right here is the screenshot:

razer phone 2 4k60fps android pie

Within the earlier model of Android, the Razer Telephone 2 may solely seize 2160p (4K) video at 30 frames per second. The time limitation of 4k60fps recording is presently unknown, however we’re working to establish it. It’s unclear why Razer determined to not make the supply of this long-awaited function extra public. Regardless of the case is, we’re blissful that this completely succesful system can now use extra of its potential. The {hardware} has by no means been a limiting issue on any of the 2 telephones Razer has launched up to now. It’s only the software program shortcomings that preserve them from unleashing all the facility they’ve.

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