Super Slow Motion Comparison – Samsung S9+ vs Sony XZ2 vs Huawei P20 Pro – Super Strange Results

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Super Slow Motion Comparison – Samsung S9+ vs Sony XZ2 vs Huawei P20 Pro with Super Strange Results.

I got really strange results when I tested the super slow motion video of the Huawei P20 Pro for a previous video, Huawei P20 Pro for filmmaking. See the link below.

So this video is a comparison of the super slow motion modes between three of the top flagship phones from Samsung, Sony and Huawei. With very strange results from the Huawei.

What do you think is happening with the Huawei? Let me know and leave a comment.

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  1. Maybe it's a bug? No way that's intended. Some fuzziness seems normal since it's a 2017 chip but stuff not rendering properly seems like a glitch.

  2. I am pretty sure Huawei is not recording in 960 fps but is slowing down 240 fps in software and using the frame blend method or something like that.

  3. You must take shots with Sony on 1080p.thats is justice because Sony can do this.
    Sony carries one Superior camera module from the other two.
    P20pro in general performs well only in low light fotos nowhere else.
    On day light landscapes and videos Sony htc Samsung and others do by far better job.

  4. Love this video and the idea of this particular comparison! Sony has had this awesome feature for a few years now, and it's very obvious by the video results. I completely agree with you when it comes to the Huawei P20 Pro oh, I have no idea what that camera was doing either!! Very strange indeed! ?

  5. I think the Huawei is trying to compensate the slow-motio recording from software only, in other words the hardware/camera is not capable to handle so many fps.

  6. Quality: XZ2
    Software & Ease-to-use: S9+

    P20 Pro is just… Bad. I think they use some kind of software tweak to make the slow-mo footage seems like it is a 960fps video. It might be less than 480fps but slowed-down. The quality is also very bad.

  7. Well I see it this way (processor is nearly not capable of processing such high data (even with 40mp photo same it not capable yet until Kirin 980)& see to me that Huawei trying to 50% hardware & 50% software to shot 960 fps (but thing is that video loss highly details in it & the play back time is higher both Sony & Samsung (this feature I guess they didn't take long time researching & pushed on phone fastly) or maybe camera don't that extra ram build in for 960fps

  8. Well I see it this way (processor is nearly not capable of processing such high data (even with 40mp photo same it not capable yet until Kirin 980)& see to me that Huawei trying to 50% hardware & 50% software to shot 960 fps (but thing is that video loss highly details in it & the play back time is higher both Sony & Samsung (this feature I guess they didn't take long time researching & pushed on phone fastly) or maybe camera don't have that extra ram build in for 960fps

  9. The original is really the best. Sony started this 960fps since last year from XZ Premium. Nothing beats the one who started it. It's a Sony.

  10. The Huawei is definitely using frame interpolation. On Adobe After Effects, there's a plugin called Twixtor that does something similar. The Huawei is using a worse version of it, while actually recording the footage at somewhere around 120 – 240fps.