How To Play PUBG Mobile On 60FPS Setting On Your Android Device

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Here’s how to get 60 FPS PUBG Mobile FPS boost for performance on English USA version of the Android game.

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Hulu Live TV gains more 60fps channels, push notifications for sports

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People subscribed to Hulu’s Live TV package can now watch another 33 channels at 60 frames per second, and receive push notifications on their iPhone or iPad when a tracked sports event is about to start.
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Samsung Galaxy S9 4K 60fps Video Recording Comes With A Limitation That iPhone X Doesn’t Have

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Vs Apple iPhone X 4K 60fps video recording feature compared. Here are the details on it.

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Hulu Begins Rollout of 60fps Live Streaming for Select Channels on iPhone, Apple TV, and More

Hulu on Reddit this week announced that it will begin rolling out support for 60 frames per second live streams on its “Hulu With Live TV” cord-cutting service, launching in time for viewers to stream the Olympics and March Madness. Hulu said it was aware that 60fps streaming was “one of the most-requested features” by its viewers, leading to this week’s announcement (via Cord Cutters News).


The company explained that the update will see a launch in phases, and began yesterday with Phase 1, including the following channels now supporting 60fps on Hulu With Live TV: CNN, CNN International, HLN, TNT, TBS, TCM, TruTV, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, all SHOWTIME channels, “about half” of available FOX affiliates, all NBC affiliates, and New England Channel News.

Due to the dependencies required to enable 60fps, we’ll be rolling it out in phases to get you these higher-quality streams as quickly as possible. By offering our live streams at this frame rate, our goal is to provide a significantly more immersive viewing experience for Live TV. You’ll notice the difference most when watching sports or news, so we’re excited to have this in time for the 2018 Winter Olympics and March Madness (NBC and Turner channels, respectively).

Hulu noted that individual affiliates “may temporarily revert back” to 30fps streams when adjusting for internet speeds, giving viewers a more stable experience. Phase 1 will include Hulu apps on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Xbox One, Fire TV, Samsung Tizen TV, and Nintendo Switch.

The company hasn’t yet indicated when Phase 2 will begin, or what channels/devices will be part of that rollout. Later this year, Hulu will also be launching a redesigned user interface across its on-demand and live services, including a new Live TV guide. For the Live TV section of Hulu, the latest numbers put the service at 450,000 paid subscribers, beating out YouTube TV (300,000), but still trailing DirecTV Now (1 million) and Sling TV (nearly 2 million).

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Comparison: 4K 60fps video shot on iPhone 8 Plus vs. Panasonic’s Lumix GH5 mirrorless camera

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With iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, Apple introduced the ability to capture 4K video at 60 frames per second, a major accomplishment for such a small device, but how does the compact lens and camera module fare against a proper prosumer rig? AppleInsider takes a closer look by pitting iPhone 8 Plus against Panasonic’s GH5 mirrorless camera.
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Video: See how iPhone 8 4K 60fps video sacrifices some picture quality for higher framerate

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The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are the first smartphones on the market to shoot ultra-high-resolution 4K video at 60 frames per second. But shooting 4K at that framerate does come with some visual compromises. AppleInsider demonstrates in our new video.
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Mod enables 60fps QHD video on the Exynos Samsung Galaxy Note8

The Exynos-powered Samsung Galaxy Note8 (and by extension the Galaxy S8 and S8+) are capable of capturing 2560x1440p videos at 60fps, not just 30fps, but the software on them doesn’t allow it. But thanks to XDA Developers’ senior member zeroprobe you can unlock the hidden potential of the Galaxy Note8. zeroprobe’s Zero Camera Mod enables QHD@60fps video recording on the Exynos-powered Galaxy Note8, it also adds HDR for 4K/QHD videos, higher bitrate recording and removes the No Flash limit when at under 15% battery. You’ll need Root access in order to enjoy Zero Camera Mod….

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Here’s some raw GoPro Hero 6 Black footage shot in 4K at 60fps

GoPro announced the Hero 6 Black yesterday, and a headlining feature of the new camera is its ability to shoot 4K footage at 60 frames per second. This is something that’s been long awaited by many power and pro users who want just a little bit (about two to three times) of slow motion capability at what is typically the highest resolution most people are shooting or watching. It may not be an ability you’ll ever use on a GoPro, but even if that’s the case these videos will help you get an idea of what the company’s newest camera is capable at one of its limits.

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GoPro Hero6 Black announced: 4K / 60fps video, improved stabilization, available now

GoPro unveiled the Hero6 Black, which brings 60fps recording at 4K resolution (double what the previous Black could achieve). The company uses a custom processor – dubbed GP1 – which enables the higher frame rates. The new model can also record 1080p / 240fps and 2.7K / 120fps video. The Electronic Image Stabilization has been improved as well, the Hero6 Black offers EIS at up to 4K / 30fps and 1080p / 120fps. The GP1 chip also promises improved dynamic range and low-light performance. In terms of battery life, you can expect the same longevity as the Hero5 Black in the same modes (that…

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