Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone Apple 6s Plus have a feature called Live Photos, which Apple introduced with the release of new smartphones. One and a half seconds before and a half seconds after the shutter release button will be recorded on video. As a result, clicking on the picture, it would seem that it is alive.
The report, released today, indicates that Samsung plans to add a similar feature for its upcoming flagship smartphone.
The function, which is being developed for the Galaxy S7, may not be ready, then it will be included in future software updates. Galaxy S7, is expected to be presented Feb. 21 at the event Samsung Unpacked. It will be held the day before the MWC 2016 in Barcelona.
According to the report, Samsung will receive a feature called Timeless Photo and Vivid Photo. Unlike Live Photos, Samsung version will not include audio. This will allow users to share these photos on Facebook in the GIF format.