At this point, we can't be sure whether the S7 edge has "true" 720p/240 fps video or interpolates a 120 fps video to 240 fps. A sceptical Reddit user pointed out that looking at the baby's mitts reveals distortion around the hard lines, which is a typical sign of interlooping frames. However, we can mostly agree that Samsung's slo-mo is very usable and looks fine.
You can easily pick the parts you want to slow down within the Samsung gallery app, then save the video how you want.Of note is that the video shows both a normal speed and a slowed down section, which means it's possible to share videos that slow down at user-defined points with the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. You can easily pick the parts you want to slow down within the Samsung gallery app, then save the video how you want.
Anyway, here's the video below. Check it out and let us know what you think!