The Note 10 Comes with a Built-in System Wide Screen Recorder
With the Note 10 and Note 10+ Samsung is bringing a bunch of interesting features to its flagship smartphones. We’ve already seen the Live Focus videos from these phones, and also that you can disable Bixby from the power button on the Note 10 and Note 10+, both of which are pretty impressive. However, with the Note 10, Samsung has finally given us a native system-wide screen recorder as well.
Some of you may recall that the Galaxy S10 also has a screen recorder built-in, but that only works for games, and with apps that can be (and have been) added to the phone’s “Game Launcher”. All that is a thing of the past with the Note 10 though, which lets you start screen recording straight from the Quick Settings panel.
What’s more, there are a bunch of features here too. For starters, you can choose the quality of screen recordings from 480p, all the way up to 1080p. Samsung doesn’t mention the frame rates, but it’s probably 60FPS.
There’s also the annotation feature, with which you can annotate on the screen while you record it, and you can also enable the front camera to record yourself along with the screen — a feature that might come in handy for game-streamers.
Anyway, we’re still testing out the Note 10 and the Note 10+, so let us know if there are specific things you want us to take a look at, and we’ll definitely check them out. Also, keep an eye out for more Note 10 and Note 10+ coverage from Beebom.