The addition of 4K 60fps recording is a great improvement. Also, the fact that you have the option to choose the HEVC encode if you want to record with the newer encoder to save space and for better quality, unless the bitrate is dropped dramatically. Or choose AVC to record videos that can be more compatible with older devices, while taking up more space, it's a great option to have.
The part that I don't understand is why is the time limit still there. I understand the time limit being there when they introduced 4K 30fps video recording in the Galaxy Note 3, but that was back in 2013. I fail to understand why is a time limit still there after all of these years. Overheating? I honestly don't get this part.
I found that in a video from a phone arena review, they didn't even cover the time limit, and it hasn't been covered at all really. Any thought on why after almost 5 years they can't get rid of that time limit?