HTC U11 to get 60 fps video recording
Earlier this week, HTC confirmed that the HTC U11 lineup would receive a missing feature that many users would surely enjoy using, namely 60 fps video recording. Unfortunately, this feature that competing flagships like the LG G6 or Samsung's Galaxy S8 have been offering for a while is not coming right away.
According to a message posted on Twitter this Monday, "The #HTCU11 keeps getting better: 60 FPS video recording support will be rolling out over the next couple of months to devices everywhere." Sadly, the upcoming software update will only provide 1080p 60 fps video support.
Although Sprint is the only carrier to offer the HTC U11 in the US, the long time frame announced for this update is caused by the existence of multiple SKUs for the device around the world. This means that HTC plans to launch the update simultaneously in all markets. Remains to see how long will it take for them to have the update ready for launch.
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